Get to know Cy Whitling, NewSchooler's Illustrator - LPP #178

by LowPressureSki
Feb 24th 2021 - 1 comments

Cy Whitling has emerged as skiing’s unofficial illustrator and has found a home here at NewSchoolers!
The demand for unique skiing content has never been higher. We’re all fatigued from the constant access to everyone’s sick lines, from the insta-fluencers posing pretty and from scrolling through post after post of branded content.  Cy’s distinctive and whimsical, ski-themed comics are just what we need.

Interview with Owen Dahlberg - Where Do I Even Start? Ep. 8

by Walter.White
Feb 20th 2021 - 3 comments

In this episode we focus on Owen's journey into the world of independent freeski filmmaking. Owen talks about getting started in filmmaking, working at Windells, some behind the scenes of the MAGMA videos, linking up with Lupe Hagearty, getting his gear stolen, and more. Tons of listener questions at the end so be sure to check out @wheredoievenstartpod on instagram to get in on that next time.

Interview with Luc Skypowder (Owner of iF3) - Where Do I Even Start? Ep. 7

by Walter.White
Feb 5th 2021 - 0 comments

In this episode we talk about Luc's journey to becoming the Owner of iF3 and get a behind the scenes look at the inner workings of the festival.

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Coline Ballet-Baz and The "SKIVAS" Just Raised the Bar. LPP #169

by LowPressureSki
Dec 4th 2020 - 1 comments

Coline Ballet-Baz' new film SKIVAS has just raised the bar. She gathered together a solid posse for this all female ski flick that has epic big mountain lines, a gnarly urban segment and a super fun pow segment. She talks about the process and challenges of making the movie, her humanitarian work, Protect Our Winters and much more.

Nick McNutt Talks About His Accident, The Pieps DSP, and More...

by OutofBoundsPod
Dec 1st 2020 - 0 comments

Nick McNutt came on the podcast last week. Nick got caught in an slide that took him out and buried him 5 feet under the surface. He got extremely lucky and was found by a probe strike by one of his riding partners. One of the main points of conversation following that event has been the failure of his Pieps Avalanche Transceiver. Listen in as Nick describes that issue, the accident, and more.