• “The Ordinary Skier”: Epic Ski Film Claims ESPN Ski Movie Award, Drops Into iTunes

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    Posted over 2 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    iTunes users, get pumped. Oakley/1242 Productions’ epic documentary film, The Ordinary Skier is now available for purchase online. Yes, the same flick that just claimed an ESPN Ski Movie Award for Best Ski Biopic That Isn’t Entirely Ego-Centric. (Check the announcement at the following link: ESPN Ski Movie Awards Part 2.

  • The Making of ‘The Ordinary Skier’

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    Posted over 2 years ago by Elishia Matta

    The Seth Morrison documentary ‘The Ordinary Skier’ is anything but your ordinary ski movie. Light on the expected clips of Seth hucking backflips off cliffs and heavy on an introspective look at life through the eyes of a living legend, the movie has the ski world a buzz just a few stops into it’s 30+ city tour with Poor Boyz Productions. Check out the accompanying gallery to view some of the exquisite photography generated during the two-year endeavor that was the making of ‘The Ordinary Skier.’

  • The Ordinary Skier Premiers in Seattle, Vancouver

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    Posted over 2 years ago by Tess Weaver

    Oakley and 1242 Productions’ The Ordinary Skier premiered in Seattle and Vancouver last weekend, officially kicking off premiere season in the ski world, and living up to the hype surrounding the highly anticipated documentary on Seth Morrison for the past two years.

Seth Morrison

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Date of Birth:
November 30, 1973
Hometown:
Frisco, Colo.
Sponsors:
Oakley, K2, Full Tilt, Hestra, Retallack, Backcountry.com, Troy Lee Designs
Hobbies:
Mountain biking, snowmobiling, hunting

Career Highlights

    • 2011: 2nd, Powder Magazine Reader's Poll
    • 2011: Released Signature Film, "The Ordinary Skier"
    • 2010: "Line of the Year" Nominee, Powder Video Awards
    • 2010: Reader's Poll Winner, Powder Video Awards
    • 2009: "Best Natural Air," Powder Video Awards
    • 2009: "Full Throttle," Powder Video Awards
    • 2009: 1st, Powder Magazine Reader's Poll