Ian Ruther Talks Dos

 
 
Ian Ruther is one of the best artist/photographers out there. His work speaks for itself and is literally out of this world.
Ian Ruther use to be a much better snowboarder than most of the pro's today. It's because of his style, class and of course the switch stance move which he is a master of.

 

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Ian Ruther Talks Uno

 
 
Ian Ruther is one of the best artist/photographers out there. His work speaks for itself and is literally out of this world.
Ian Ruther use to be a much better snowboarder than most of the pro's today. It's because of his style, class and of course the switch stance move which he is a master of.
In this interview, we talk about an array of stuff such as: art, the past, present, future, inspirations, snowboarding, Kevin Jones, and his next trip to Japan.


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Jules Reymond is a very skilled snowboarder

 
 
Jules Reymond is a very skilled snowboarder with tons of passion and love for the sport. We currently are working on his exclusive interview at www.buoloco.com.
He is filming once again for Absinthe Films which requires him to travel around the globe, ending up in Alaska. He sent us these pics of him in Mont Blanc last week in the location of Courmayeur with part of the Absinthe crew which includes Vlad, Brusti, Thanon, Arhiel, Freddy K, Bourbousson, Brisse, and myself.


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Majestic:):):):)

Juls The man


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Zach Hooper Talks

 
 
Zach Hooper is a California native who now lives in the Aspen mountains in Colorado. Fantastic dude with an extensive knowledge of photography, filming, and art. His love and passion for his work radiates from the depth of his soul.


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Andrew Hardingham's view on sponsors

 
 
I have been in the struggle for a long time with snowboarding. im glad to have been able to do what i do thus far but man is it hard getting support sometimes. i have a few sponsors now that really support me and my ideas like WESC, DROP, Bruxe, and Ride Canada. they really have made it possible to make my films and get where i need to be to board.


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Jussi Oksanen Talks

 
 
Jussi Oksanen 

I remember when Jussi first came on the scene in 1999 I think it was. He was this new kid from Finland shooting with Standard Films. And boy he came on with a bang. His first video section was nothing short of amazing. He won a very well deserved video part of the year for it as well. 


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Russell Winfield top eleven snowboarding Styles

 
 
There is many different things that go into my top ten snowboarders of all time…. First and foremost I would have to say is style!!! Back in my day style was a very big part of snowboarding.. That is what separated everybody.. Style was the brush that we painted the MT with… Style was the foundation for the whole culture.. From the way we dressed to the trick we did to the way we acted.


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JP Solberg Talks

 
 
What can one say about JP Solberg? He's one of the best and more solid Norwegian exports by far. Untouched style with a great personality. He's part owner of the Yes Snowboard brand. Other part owners are Romain DeMarchi and Dcp.
In this interview with JP Solberg, we talk about style, Japan, Yes Snowboards, sponsors, and give-aways.  More chapters are on the way from JP Solberg and the rest of the Yes Snowboard team. 


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John Laing Talks

 
 
John Laing is Senior Editor and one of the most brilliant minds behind Frequency Snowboarder's Journal. Frequency Snowboarder's Journal keeps the snowboarding scene fresh and intact. From Tom Burt turning heel side in the chute in Verbier to Danny Kass tweeking a backside Melon 540 in Mammoth Lakes Cali. I found out that the main office is based in Washington State where the magnificent minds behind this creation shred Mount Baker Resort on a daily basis. Must be a difficult job  eh?


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Jeremy Klein Skateboarder

 
 
Jeremy Klein is one of my all time favorite skateboarders. I have most of his boards. I simply love his style and the way he skates. Here we have one of my favorite video parts ever...Rubbish Heap.


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