Latest Videos by ScooterLapooter

Autism: One Man's Journey - Ski Segment

by ScooterLapooter
Nov 2021 - 724 views

I recently saw some posts going around about mental health and skiing. Because of this, I wanted to share the ski segment from my award-winning documentary film that has been in 10 film festivals. For those of you that do not know, I have been filming skiing for many years. I was diagnosed as autistic at age 23 after struggling with severe depression, anxiety, and alcoholism for quite some time. I am going on 12 years sober, and I am very grateful for the decision I made for myself to get sober. I made it through some tough times with my severe depression and now live a fulfilling life with my girlfriend and a successful film career. I want to let you know that there is no need to feel ashamed of struggling with mental health, and whenever possible, please be open with others so that you do not internalize your struggles. The more we hide it, the harder it gets. If you need someone to talk to, please feel free to reach out. I am here for people that could use the support.

This segment shows me surrounded by my passion for filmmaking. I had people follow me around filming behind-the-scenes footage to capture me filming while combining the footage with my camera angles to the music. There were interviews with Lupe Hagearty, Parker Norvell, Cassidy "Queso" Dubois, and Jaron Stadler speaking about how filming skiing helps alleviate some of my autistic traits as well as my severe depression. During this segment, it also features the skiing of Taylor Seaton, John Spriggs, Keegan Kilbride, Trent Jones, Seamus Flanagan, and the people in the interviews. If it weren't for finding my passion in filmmaking I don't think I would be where I am today. A big thank you goes out to Woodward Copper, Shred Optics, and Tall T Productions for sponsoring my documentary.

Sugar Coated

by ScooterLapooter
May 2019 - 4.3K views

I haven't met many people as obsessed with candy as Derek Simpson. Whenever we're out there he's either scarfing down one of his favorite types of candy or raving about a new candy he found. In the end, we decided to make a 2018/2019 ski edit with a theme around sugar, so here is Sugar Coated.

K-Baked Chronological

by ScooterLapooter
May 2018 - 4.3K views

Kellan Baker and I spent some time filming around Summit County this season. We started out filming early season at Keystone and also spent some time at Breckenridge. We jumped around the two off and on throughout the season.

This video is edited in chronological order of the days that we linked up.

Top Rated Videos by ScooterLapooter

Tony Seibert Tribute

by ScooterLapooter
Jan 2014 - 42.2K views

Tony Seibert was an amazing person. Unfortunately today (January 7, 2014) an avalanche in the East Vail Chutes took his life and hurt three others. I loved every moment I spent around Tony and so did his friends and family. He was always so uplifting and caring for others. You will be greatly missed Tony and my thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. May you Rest in Peace

Sugar Coated

by ScooterLapooter
May 2019 - 4.3K views

I haven't met many people as obsessed with candy as Derek Simpson. Whenever we're out there he's either scarfing down one of his favorite types of candy or raving about a new candy he found. In the end, we decided to make a 2018/2019 ski edit with a theme around sugar, so here is Sugar Coated.

K-Baked Chronological

by ScooterLapooter
May 2018 - 4.3K views

Kellan Baker and I spent some time filming around Summit County this season. We started out filming early season at Keystone and also spent some time at Breckenridge. We jumped around the two off and on throughout the season.

This video is edited in chronological order of the days that we linked up.

R.I.P. Heffy

by ScooterLapooter
Aug 2015 - 3.6K views

This was from when I worked with Heffy and Bentley Atteberry from DOS Media for our movie Collab. Heffs segment starts at 1:50...He always had a smile on his face and was determined to get the shot. Heff you will be missed tremendously. May you Ski in Peace!!!