Mark Sullivan

The Snowboard Project's Mark Sullivan joins us this week for a talk about snowboarding and podcasting. With seven years at Snowboarder under his belt, Mark knows the ins and outs of the industry as well as many of the key players. Mark's event, Tailgate Alaska, is now in it's 13th year!

Willie McMillon

Willie McMillon is a Jackson Hole shredder who started a wax company (Bluebird) that had one of the best teams ever assembled. These days Willie is singing in a band called Fader McGavin and the Risky Livers. He's also still snowboarding on his own terms.

Terje Haakonsen

Terje Haakonsen signed a contract with Burton when he was just 15 years old. He's been one of the most recognized snowboarders in the world ever since. During his nearly 30 year career Terje has dominated competitive snowboarding, ascended runs in Alaska that no one had ever done before, taken snow skating to the next level, and been and outspoken critic of the Olympics (exposing many people, myself included, to the negative impact the Olympics have on the planet, the host cities, and on the entire snowboarding community). It was an honour to sit with snowboarding's truest legend.

Lance Pitman

Lance Pitman moved to Jackson Hole Wyoming when he was 11 years old. By the time he was 16 he was flying around the world being paid to snowboard.

Chris Rasman

The Manboy's Chris Rasman set up a quiet Westin Hotel boardroom using his Whistler beer connection. We talk about his life in snowboarding, because that's what you do in a snowboard podcast episode. Sponsored by Wire Snowboards, Dakine Outerwear, The Boardroom Snowboard Shop, Grouse Mountain, and Tribute Boardshop in Nelson BC.

Marc Frank Montoya

Marc Frank Montoya is an insanely talented pro snowboarder who was all over snowboarding media for a long career starting in the late 90's. I loved talking with MFM, his positivity, drive, and motivation are totally contagious.

Jess Kimura

Undeniably one of the best snowboarders of all time, Jess Kimura recorded with me in her home last weekend where we talked about her life in snowboarding, the gender gap, and the love of her life.

Dano Pendygrasse

Dano Pendygrasse shot his first snowboarding photos with a camera he bought from past guest Sean Sullivan. Before that, he was a team rider for Westbeach and Sims snowboards. Dano's photos have shaped the way I look at snowboarding. This two hour conversation with him covers a lot of ground so settle in and enjoy...



Al Clark


Al Clark invented the Superpipe along with his fellow Canadian Greg Todds. After winning the Westbeach Classic, Al got a Pro Model on Sims along side Noah Salasnek. I spent a weekend at Al's property with him and his dog Rider talking snowboarding.

Carter Turk

Carter Turk is a snowboarder's snowboarder. His name comes up a lot among snowboarders who were pro in the late 80's and into the mid 90's. I originally interviewed Carter as a part of my ambitious Craig Kelly mega-episode and now that I've stalled out on that (for now) I know there are people out there who would love to hear what Carter is up to.