Damian Cromwell has been fortunate enough to have traveled all over the world shooting skiing and we are honored that he is sharing some of his favorite photos with us here on Unofficial. Damian calls Whistler, B.C. home and wants you to go to this website: http://damiancromwell.blogspot.com/
All photos and all words below by Damian Cromwell
This shot (above) was from quite a few summers ago up on the Pemberton icecap. We actually flew a rail in over this crevasse and Douglas greased it across a few times for us to get the shot.
Derek Foose and I have had the luck of guiding clients around Las Lenas Argentina for a couple of years with Extremely Canadian. That place is amazing on so many levels. This shot was taken on a day before the clients arrived while we were ‘researching the area’
Dave Gauley getting in deep close to camp in the Waddington Group of B.C. Our group was flown in and set up basecamp for a week of ski mountaineering.
Perhaps one of the burliest lines I have ever witnessed go down. JD Hare getting after it on the first few turns of a tricky 2500 foot first decent in the remote Wadddington Group of B.C.
Eric Hjorleifson showing his catlike ability to play his way through any terrain he comes across. Taken at Sentry Lodge.
This shot of Phil Meier was taken a couple years back in Gressoney Italy. They had received the most snow the area had seen in 25 years, and our crew of four were the only skiers venturing off piste in the entire valley. It was funny when we left, every bomb hole and trench set down was from one of us.
Matty Richard inside the monastery in Engelberg Switzerland.
This horse tow in took place during a down day at the JOSS event in Norway. TJ Schiller and the boys had befriended a local farmer, and convinced him to build a jump in his field and let the boys tow in at it with the horses.
More proof from the record breaking winter in Italy a couple years back. If you look closely, you can almost see the snow flowing off of Dans greasy mustachio.
An oldie of Dan Treadway deep in the snowmobile backcountry of Whistler