Wednesday, June 30, 2010
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Thursday, June 17, 2010
The other evening, Max Hill and Banks Gilberti met up in a social drinking establishment and enjoyed an adult beverage or two. Nicely done boys!
In the spirit fun party photos, Max Hill drops his TOP 5's!
Max Hill Top 5's
TOP 5 Places to Party
- 1. Whiskey A Go Go, Hollywood, CA
- 2. Toronto, Canada
- 3. Whistler, BC
- 4. Typical House Party (any given location)
- 5. Holiday Season (Family Oriented)
TOP 5 Artists
- 1. Fritz Helder & The Phantoms
- 2. Juelz Santana
- 3. Motley Crue
- 4. Jay-Z
- 5. Dipset
TOP 5 Influences
- 1. Brother, Trash Helder
- 2. Julian Casablanca
- 3. Ali Boulala
- 4. Johnny Ramone
- 5. Anthony B.
TOP 5 Blackout Moments.. recovered..
1. Waking up in a Whistler gondola
2. Kicking through a coffin to find a ride home.
3. Any night spent in Vancouver
4. Watching an Amercian fire truck go up in flames while putting our cabin's flames out.
5. "Sorry for Partying".
Monday, June 14, 2010
Saturday, June 12, 2010
Thursday, June 10, 2010
Wednesday, June 9, 2010
Tuesday, June 8, 2010
Adam Clark Photo. Whistler, 2010
When Tony first appeared in professional ski films (such as Parental Advisory and Propaganda) skiing professionally may have been the least of viable options to make a living. Skiing full time was unheard of, the twin tip had just burst onto the market, and guys like JP Auclair, JF Cusson, Vincent Dorian, Mike Douglas, and Philou Porier were heros to a select group of North American skiers that were fortunate enough to find copies of the latest Poor Boyz films. As one of the first skiers ever to do a Loop (constructed entirely out of snow) Tony soon progressed from a young canadian handrail skier to a progressive backcountry jumper. Flaunting right and left switch 9's in the back country, to stomping off huge natural features, to slaying cliffs and baller lines, Tony has always accelerated in the deepest of snow in front of the lens.
Nearly 10 years later, Anthony is still at the top of his game, progressing skiing in the way he sees fit, constantly venturing into the mountains in search of another day. For anyone thinking about quitting, giving up, or walking away from their passions, look to Anthony for inspiration. After all, it's 2010, very few individuals have been fortunate enough to keep a job for 10 years, much less hold down a career as a professional athlete, business owner, and artist. In all respects of the word, the man, SLAYS.
Monday, June 7, 2010
Saturday, June 5, 2010
Proudly shot in the mountains of British Columbia, Out of the Shadows features the finest athletes who have been in the shadows for too long. This is their shot and their opportunity to break out on film. They bring their lives with them and shred the mountains with un-inhibited passion on a daily basis. We bring you their stories.
Featuring the return of PY Leblanc, the forgotten legend Chris Turpin, World Champion Brett Crabtree, Swedish sensation Jon Larsson, and a giant swarm of new comers including Maxim Arsenault, Eliel Hindert, Christian Boucher, Dave Treadway, Mathieu Gagnon Theirault, Ian Cheddar Watson, Dave Gheriani, Adam Topshee, Alex Blais, Athan Merrick, Jake Cohn, Matt Elliot, and Matty Richard.
Arriving in the fall of 2010...