Hometown: Draper, UT
Home Mountain: Snowbird/Alta
Sponsors: Atomic, Snocru, Saga
EP 04 - Reset. Repeat. - Daymaker Touring "You Can Tour With Us"
All skiers on deck, this finale of the 18/19 season for Daymaker Touring pulls in our largest fleet of skiers in the place we call home. Reset Repeat is filmed mostly in Little Cottonwood Canyon and Logan Utah featuring the usuals of Giray Dadali, Max Meza, and filmer Alex Mager even dropping a big ol double B in there. Daymakers was graced with rider Mitchell Brower sprinkling his clean style and renowned backcountry follow cam shots, as well as J.M. Fabrizi the style master. Other skiers include Berkley Stone, Calvin Hawley, Ahmet Dadali, and an out of this world segment from the space man himself, Sully Tesch. We call this one Reset Repeat for the Sun-Snow cycles that repetitively struck Utah this winter allowing for perfect filming conditions after storms with the patented "Alta Magic" light conditions in the storm. Principal Filming and Editing by: Alex Mager Giray Dadali Additional Filming By: Blake Brekken Brady Perron Greg Bejian Cam Willis Calvin Hawley Noah Heaton AJ Dakoulas Blake Wilson Pat Moore Music By: Pan Ron "I want to be your lover" Hassan Mackey & Apollo Brown "Dollar Bill Hill" Pan Rob "Kom Veacha Tha Sneha Knom"
If skiing was about fame, we would be actors if it was about fortune, we would be on Wall Street if it was about chicks, we would play football. We do it for the community found among the mountains. Please enjoy a curated collection of our memories from this past season. A Film By: The Coterie wearethecoterie.com Riding By: Nicky Keefer, Jonah Williams, Mitchell Brower, Dennis Ranalter, Jacob Callaghan, Giray Dadali, John Kutcher and Mike King. Music By: 88 Ultra ultraglacial.bandcamp.com/ VO: Austin Heywood Thanks For Watching :) supported https://www.peppod.com Subscribe: http://goo.gl/RC2cXY Facebook: goo.gl/Vzag1z Instagram: http://instagram.com/atomicski Twitter: https://twitter.com/atomic Atomic: www.atomic.com Atomic was born in the Austrian Alps in 1955, and more than 60 years on we’re still here. Over the years our equipment has raced to the top of every ski podium, reached the peak of Everest, and taken on every type of skiing you could think of. We’ve helped skiers go higher in the half pipe, further in the backcountry, faster on piste and longer on the cross-country track. And the secret to our success? The know-how and passion of our employees and athletes. Skiing is an essential part of our lives. It’s in our blood. And every product we make is fueled by this passion for the sport we all love. Skiing doesn’t just shape how we design and deliver our products; it inspires and defines us. It always has and always will. #WEARESKIING
Atomic Digital Style | Japan
Subscribe: https://goo.gl/EF18mS Facebook: https://goo.gl/Vzag1z Instagram: http://instagram.com/atomicski Twitter: https://twitter.com/atomic Atomic: www.atomic.com ATOMIC WAS BORN IN THE AUSTRIAN ALPS. MORE THAN 60 YEARS ON WE’RE STILL HERE. Since 1955, the equipment we’ve made in Altenmarkt has taken skiers to the top of every ski podium, further in the backcountry, smoother down the piste, higher in the half pipe and longer on the cross-country track. The secret to our success? The know-how and passion of our employees and athletes. Skiing’s in our blood. It doesn’t just shape how we design and deliver our products. It inspires and defines us. It always has and always will. #weareskiing
The Brothers Brower I Classic Utah
For the past 4 seasons, the snowfall totals in Utah have been less than ideal, which has been a challenge to filming in the backcountry. However, the mountains of Utah were blessed with great snow during January and February this season. It seemed like every time we went out, we were skiing in a freshly fallen blanket of snow, reminding us of the classic Utah snow that we grew up skiing. The new snow made different zones and cliffs possible, and the deep landings were a welcome treat. Watch us team up with fellow Atomic Athlete Tim Durtschi to drop cliffs, trick jumps, and sink deep turns in the Utah backcountry. #WEARESKIING Atomic was born in the Austrian Alps in 1955, and more than 60 years on we’re still here. Over the years our equipment has raced to the top of every ski podium, reached the peak of Everest, and taken on every type of skiing you could think of. We’ve helped skiers go higher in the half pipe, further in the backcountry, faster on piste and longer on the cross-country track. And the secret to our success? The know-how and passion of our employees and athletes. Skiing is an essential part of our lives. It’s in our blood. And every product we make is fueled by this passion for the sport we all love. Skiing doesn’t just shape how we design and deliver our products; it inspires and defines us. It always has and always will. #WEARESKIING ATOMIC CUSTOM STUDIO www.atomic.com/customstudio INTRODUCING THE ATOMIC CUSTOM STUDIO. A WAY TO CREATE YOUR OWN SKI, A WAY TO SHARE YOUR STORY. #CUSTOMATOMIC Subscribe: http://bit.ly/1Mdsq3R Facebook: http://bit.ly/1hZPh5G Instagram: http://bit.ly/1IZnV5h Twitter: https://twitter.com/atomic Atomic: www.atomic.com
Rice Triangle: Mitchell Brower 2015
Rice triangle - Mitchell Brower 2015 If you've ever been to Asia and eaten a rice triangle, you know that it is a delight. 2015 was a rice triangle year for me: I got married, graduated from college, filmed for level 1's movie for the first time, and traveled to Japan, Korea, Sweden, and Canada. I'm very thankful for the great experiences I had and the people that made it all possible. This edit is a combination of my footage from 3 projects: Small World - Level 1 We Trust Your Judgement - The Coterie Secret Storm - The Brothers Brower Enjoy!
Mitchell Brower Superunknown XI Winner!
In what was undoubtedly the heaviest group of Superunknown Finalists yet, Mitchell Brower took home the title! It's been clear for a while that Mitchell's entry was one of the most well rounded, creative, and straight up impressive submissions we've ever seen, but he clearly proved to everyone that he was deserving of the win after spending the entirety of the Finals week at Snoqualmie stacking shots on every feature. About Superunknown: Superunknown was started in 2003 to help discover and expose the best unsponsored up and coming talent in the game, and give them a shot at making a name for themselves outside of the traditional competition scene. The first contest of its kind, entrants were asked to submit a simple promo video showcasing their skills, talent, bag of tricks, style, and personality. No résumés, no still photos, no essay questions- just pure unfiltered video action. Entries were reviewed and judged by Level 1's staff and athletes. The most impressive skier each year took the title and was awarded a chance to film with Level 1 and given a foot in the door of the industry. 11 years deep, Superunknown is the biggest and best open video contest in action sports with over 100 entries coming in from top amateurs and the best undiscovered talent around the world.
The elements air, fire, water, and earth exemplify aspects of nature, and represent facets of the human experiences of inspiration, creation, reflection, and grounding. These components can be a guide to our experiences of life, and are deeply connected to skiing and mountain biking. ELEMENTAL is presented by Atomic, and The North Face, supported by Giant Bicycles, and Smith. It is directed and produced by Sage Cattabriga-Alosa and his first solo project of this scale. Featuring skiing from: Lucas Wachs, Mitchell Brower, and Jonah Williams. featuring biking from: Adam Craig, with cameos from Eliot Jackson, Kyle Jameson, Carson Storch, Reed Boggs, and Dusty Wygle. Editing by Jacob Callaghan Music: ‘Three Portraits’ performed by Yppah from the album Eighty One courtesy of Ninja Tune ‘Chifundo’ by The W.I.T.C.H. from the album Lazy Bones courtesy of Now Again Records ‘Roses Thorn’ Performed by TOKiMONSTA form the album lune Rouge courtesy of Young Art Records ‘Assawt’ Performed by Tinariwen From the album Elwan Courtesy of ANTI- Principal cinematography: Jonathon Chandler Additional cinematography provided by: Metis Creative : John Reynolds Cameron Baird John Asuncion Teton Gravity Research: Matt Herriger Ben Dann Dutch Simpson Tim Manning and: Jacob Callaghan Pete Alport Peter Jamison media Alex Mager Tim Durtschi Dane Tudor Sage Cattabriga-Alosa Jasper Newton Still Photography: Jonathon Chandler Cameron Baird Chris Bezmat Jules Jimreivat Trail builders Bros & Hoes landscaping Henry Lanman Oregon Dirt Park -Black Sage Graphic design Maja Keefer Color Bryan Ralf Creative consultant Annie Cattabriga-Alosa