I come to the mountains to live. My mission is to pursue my passion for adventure, creativity, and love for the outdoors through Big Mountain Skiing, Trail Running and the marriage of the two through #humanpowered endurance events and adventures. I strive to promote the sport of Big Mountain Skiing with pride, professionalism, and creativity through my hard work and dedication to all of the exciting facets of skiing.
TJ is a passionate and creative athlete with experience on both sides of the lens. Whether it be skiing in one of Warren Miller’s latest films or producing his webisode series “Storm Cycles,” his passion for skiing drives his unique approach and outlook to the sport. TJ has had several top 15 finishes on both the Freeskiing World Tour and most recently the Freeride World Tour Qualifier series. He has appeared in every major publication, including Powder Magazine, Freeskier Magazine, Ski Magazine, Backcountry Magazine, Mountain Magazine and has been seen in several luxury and local magazines such as Snow, Aspen, and Aspen Sojourner. TJ has also appeared in publications by Aspen Ski Company, ESPN.com, La Parva, Teton Gravity Research, Warren Miller, Freeskier, Skinet.com, and Skiing Magazine Online. Apart from his appearances in magazines and online, TJ has been featured in motion and still advertising campaigns nationally and internationally. Most recently, he has graced billboards in the Denver metropolitan area, been seen in commercials during Sunday Football games on NBC and during World Cup ski events, and competed in international film competitions like #REDirect2016.
TJ’s winters are not limited to spending time with photographers, directing and producing film projects and representing Aspen/Snowmass at home and throughout his travels. His experiences extend far past the boundaries of his home mountain, Aspen, to encompass the purest facet of the sport; climbing and skiing. TJ has climbed and skied throughout the mountains of Colorado, North and South America and he regards these experiences as paramount in his time on skis.
What’s up for winter 2017/2018?
What’s up for Summer 2015?Whats up for summer 2015?
This winter, I plan to use the strong endurance base I built racing ultra trail events this summer to confidently ski bigger mountains that require longer approaches and offer the possibility of multiple-peak-line-link-ups. Follow #humanpowered #plantbasedathlete tags this season! Always, #liveforthemoment