The long awaited third and final installment of the Beans and Rice Freeride webisode series is here! Rejoin Jake Sakson and Paul Kimbrough in the Tetons for more backcountry action. While the last two episodes showed us the humorous side of being a tele ski bum, this more philosophical episode questions the ambitions of modern society and revels in the simplicity of skiing powder every day. A good forecast and bowl of beans and rice is a Ski Bum’s Delight!
Episode 3/3 (2013) – Ski Bum’s Delight from BeansandRiceFreeride on Vimeo.
Ever wonder why people telemark? Have you ever considered telemarking? If you’re already a freeheeler, why did you start in the first place?
In Beans and Rice Freeride’s EP 2, professional telemarkers Jake Sakson and Paul Kimbrough give you 10 (actually eight) reasons to telemark. From face shots to face plants these guys dive, albeit not too seriously, into the minds of freeheelers everywhere. Be warned, this is not your conventional ski edit featuring dreamy pillow lines set to pleasing music. Prepare yourself for quirky humor, goofballs, and a little Notorious BIG. Enjoy! Continue reading...
After years of exploring different lifestyles, Freeheelers and big mountain skiers, Jack Sakson and Paul Kimbrough have decided the simple life suits them best. Firewood, a warm, bed, and plenty of beans and rice are all these two need to chase their freeskiing adventures through untracked powder. In the first episode of their trilogy, Sakson and Kimbrough head to Grand Targhee, Wyoming where snow fields and fall lines are never in short supply.
September 18, 2013 – The first snow of the season fell on the Tetons last night. It glimmers atop Taylor Mountain like the icing on a freshly baked cake. Winter is coming–the season of ski swaps, wood chopping, and ski movie premiers.
Jake Sakson and I will be adding to the ski season hype this fall by releasing a webisode trilogy documenting our season exploring the Tetons. Last year we decided to team up, buy a camera, create a website, and document our take on backcountry freeriding. Full disclosure–neither of us have much experience behind the lens. We were both introduced to backcountry ski filming through skiing with Powderwhore and Sweetgrass Productions, but we were always in front of the camera. It seemed simple enough; find some good snow, good lighting, ski through it and catch it on camera. Hit repeat and BAM! You have a ski movie. Continue reading...