Modeling: Skiing, Fitness, Lifestyle

Women’s Fitness, Ski, and Lifestyle Modeling

  • Role Model
  • For Backcountry.com · Astis Mittens · Marmot · 4FRNT · The LOR Foundation · Subaru USA · Solitude Resort
  • Date Various
  • Type Print Catalog · Email · Video · Online Shopping Promotions
Having spent the bulk of my life on skis I’m definitely happiest when sliding down a frozen mountain slope. My passion for authentically representing the feminine side of skiing translates well on camera. I’ve relished working on projects for Astis Mittens, the Salt Lake City Shootout, Backcountry.com, Stio, and Marmot.
Below are examples of the work I’ve done in front of the camera.
· · · Backcountry.com Print Catalog · Fall 2015 I spent a week on the road with Backcountry.com in April of 2015 shooting lifestyle and action photos for a print catalog that circulated in Fall 2015. In addition to gracing a couple pages within the catalog, I had many shots among the digital catalog on the Backcountry.com website.

The Backcountry.com Fall 2015 Print Catalog

· · · Below are screen grabs from the digital version of the Backcountry.com print catalog found on the website during the winter of 2015-2016.

To see the promotion in full, please visit the following link: http://www.backcountry.com/sc/hwy89

· · · Backcountry.com Winter Gear Sale Photos taken by Re Wikstrom to advertise the sale of winter gear, skis, and outerwear on Backcountry.com. Astis Mittens In winter of 2013, I participated in a photoshoot with Astis Mittens to produce visual assets for their online shopping experience. I also occasionally provide them with content to feature on their Instagram account.

TTo view online, click the link: http://www.astis.com/collections/short-cuff/products/shasta

· · · Basin and Range A lifestyle shoot in Park City, Utah for the brand Basin and Range. · · · Backcountry.com Winter 2015 Ski Outerwear Showcase A hike in the backcountry surrounding Powder Mountain Ski Resort on a particularly balmy, 60+ degree spring ski day to generate visual assets for the Winter 2015 Outerwear promotion on Backcountry.com.
Featured kits by FlyLow Gear and Mammut.
Photos by: Ian Matteson

A soft gaze into the horizon will get you far in life…very far.

Harvesting corn in the backcountry zone above Powder Mountain Ski Resort.

· · · The Ski Journal Achieving a dream I’ve had since childhood, to be published in a ‘real’ ski magazine, this photo in Ski Journal was a surprise. Nevermind the fact that I’m drinking, rather than skiing, it was still a proud moment.

Vol 8, Issue III – Photographer: Jay Dash

· · · Marmot 2015 & 2016 Outerwear Lookbooks A photoshoot involving both resort skiing and backcountry hiking for Marmot’s 2016 ski kits. Alex Quitiquit and I joined photographer Re Wikstrom and videographer Pete O’Brien to create a storyline highlighting the features of the products offered by Marmot for skiers. All images were collected in 1 day at Alta Ski Area where we managed to find some decent snow despite the warm, spring conditions.

To view this promotion, click the link: http://www.backcountry.com/collection/marmot-snow-outerwear

Bootpacking behind Ronald McDonald because he undoubtedly knows where the french fries are hidden.

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An overnight trip to a private yurt was coordinated to highlight a promotion for Marmot’s 2015 Winter outerwear.

Where are all the marmots?

I’m only here for the après.

· · · Armada VJJ Product Video I wrote the script and starred in this product video highlighting the attributes of the Women's VJJ ski by Armada Skis for Backcountry.com's Winter 2015 Ski Showcase.
· · · Utah Adventure Journal In the winter of 2014, I accompanied a few friends and author Jared Hargrave on a multi-day backcountry ski trip to the Steam Mill Yurt in Logan Canyon, Utah. Like a good friend would, I helped Jared snare a few pictures to accompany his article and trip report in the Utah Adventure Journal, published in early 2016. · · · Solitude Ski Resort Solutide Ski resort wanted to focus on highlighting their après amenities in their Winter 2017 marketing efforts. I was contracted by local landscape and action photographer, Jay Dash, to help capture the joy of celebrating a great day of skiing at Solitude. Though this involved downing a glass or two of beer and a steaming pile of nachos at the obscene hour of 8:00 AM, we still managed to nab some stellar images that convey the fun of their après ski scene.

You like wings? I like my wings spicy.

Photos by Jay Dash

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