Mark Gallup

Where would snowboarding be without photographers and filmers documenting the progression of the 90's? Not here. This week's guest, Mark Gallup, was the first senior photographer for Transworld Snow. He also was a close friend of Craig Kelly so get ready for some serious Craig talk.

Mike Basich

Mike Basich is as amazing a snowboarder as you can get. Over the course of his 25 year career he's ridden for companies like Kemper, Hooger, Scott, and Flow. He started taking photos of himself snowboarding in the early 2000's compiling 15 years worth of original and fascinating snowboard shots which include a drop out of a helicopter that is definitely the most famous snowboarding selfie in the world. I tracked Mike down in the parking lot of the Mount Baker Legendary Banked Slalom.

Todd Kohlman

This week we interview the Burton archivist Todd Kohlman. I still find it hard to believe the extent of Jake's collection which includes pretty much everything Burton has ever made,

Alex Warburton

Alex Warburton is a snowboarder's snowboarder. Starting his pro career in the late 80's, Alex moved to Whistler back when snowboarding was only allowed on Blackcomb. He quickly made a name for himself riding the legendary terrain better than anyone at the time. Our chat with Alex covers the last three decades, enjoy!

Jason Basarich

Bas has been riding at Mt Baker since he was a kid and is still one of the fastest snowboarders at a mountain made for snowboarding fast. We talk about when he started, his professional career and his pro model with Gnu, and his passion project Damage Incorporated.

Jeremy Jones

Back country Jeremy Jones talks about his life and snowboarding. Get to know the motivation behind his move away from helicopter into the depths of the mountains on his split board. Sponsored by and

Mark Fawcett

Mark Fawcett was the world champion and favourite to win the first Olympics at Nagano in 1998. We talk about his snowboarding career, what else would we do? Brought to you by and www.wiredsnowboards,com

Andy Hetzel

Andy Hetzel rode for Kemper, then Lamar, and then Palmer snowboards. He was featured in magazines and videos and he ran with a crew of legends out of Lake Tahoe.

Circe Wallace

Circe Wallace rode for Ride from 1991 to 1997 through the heyday of snowboarding's first company to go public. She's transitioned into representing some of snowboarding's elite as an Executive Vice President at the top snowboarding talent agency. We reached Circe in California where she lives with her husband and children.

Jim Rippey

Jim Rippey was a featured pro rider for Burton throughout the 90's and won too many contests to name. He filmed with the Hatchets for the TB series of movies and had prominent parts in several snowboard movies of that era. Jim's interview is over an hour long! Enjoy!