It was the 90’s. The golden age of ski and snowboard film, with the freeriding movement taking off, and new camcorders bringing footage to the masses. Bigger air, deeper pow, and wilder characters abounded. Also a golden age for outdoor apparel, with new fleeces, softshells and futuristic technical fabrics taking over the mountains with their bright colors.
Teton Gravity was launched into life from this frosty milieu in 1996 and immediately stamped their mark on ski cinematography. Hanging from helicopters and gondolas to get the shot, these gonzo philosopher-poets on skis would go on to redefine outdoor film.