WALLPAPER TWS SNOWBOARDING
A long day of cat skiing, splitboarding, and sled-towing deep in the Colorado backcountry, captured on 35mm film. From our guide to skiing Japan and experimental 35mm film photography to how to own a micro cabin designed by world famous architects, these stories are what you loved the most. Being a writer and an editor at the mag was literally my dream job, and I was fortunate enough to get it by the time I was This is a truly an exciting time for Snowboarder as it heads into its thirty-second year with the most diversified, and exciting, content offering in its history. Thanks to all the great people that made this magazine possible, you know who you are and I am forever grateful. Acknowledging that individual style and creativity deserve a brighter spotlight than medal count for once.
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A TWS cover is the pinnacle of snowboard photography and for many years I dreamed of shooting one. I got to snwboarding the world, see beautiful places and meet amazing people.
I went on to work for TWS as a Senior Photographer for nearly 20 years, shooting a total of 25 covers. Making an awesome product, traveling snowboarring world snowboarding and working with some amazing people. I landed a job answering the phones at the then small but mighty Transworld Skateboarding and Snowboarding magazines in Oceanside, Ca.
Pecker, was a shock. As a teenager, seeing my little local ski hill of Snoqualmie Pass, Snowboxrding get coverage blew my mind. That dream was finally realized in9 years after I had first been published.
I remember reading a profile of Craig Kelly, being mesmerized snowboaeding his style and concluding that he was the Tom Curren of Snowboarding. What’s more, in the note sent TransWorld Motocross subscribers, Motocross was spelled Motorcross, only further proving how little AMI cares of the situation.
Sad news felt around the snowboarding and skateboarding community with the loss of these iconic magazines. The rest is history.
Following AMI’s February acquisition it’s been one sad surprise after the next. The time I spent working at twsnow was some of the best times of my life. When I was a kid I dreamed of working at TransWorld. To later see some of my closest friends get their first photos in the mag made me more proud than I had ever felt. Thank you especially to dinenna lavidalucas shemispheres jgrantbrittain jonfoster louisebalma jodymaus timwrisley atibaphoto tednewsome ericblehmofficial kimballotaylor skinphoto twss bucclife to name a few, for your steady friendship and guidance in those years and beyond.
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Those years shaped the man I am today. From middle school through to my university years its pages taught snowboafding everything I felt like I needed to know—who to look up to, what to wear, what tricks to learn, what brands to support, where to travel to. At 22, after trying my hand at literally everything A post shared by Scott Serfas scottserfas on Mar 5, at 3: While most other mags closed their doors I expected TWS to be the last one standing.
Being a writer and an editor at the mag was literally my dream job, and I was fortunate enough to get it by the time I was I would not be who I am today without you and this magazine.
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The list of legendary humans I got to work alongside is illustrious and long. This is a truly an exciting time for Snowboarder as it heads into its thirty-second year with the most diversified, and exciting, content offering in its history. A post shared by Jesse Huffman manhuff on Mar 5, at 5: It was a dream come true. From our guide to skiing Japan and experimental 35mm film photography to how to own a micro cabin designed by world famous architects, these stories snowboardinv what you loved the most.
For a shred-hungry kid in Vermont, this magazine transported me across the world, to places I could never imagine seeing in person, let alone snowboarding. Somehow, Louise decided to give me a shot. Acknowledging that individual style and creativity deserve a brighter spotlight than medal count for once.
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Thanks to all the great people that made this magazine possible, you know who you are and I am forever grateful. View this post on Instagram Before www. We apologize in advance for his many mispellings.