Johnny Lyall, Mt. Seymour, B.C., Canada.
Photo: Scott Serfas
“This past season I spent the majority of it moving. Here is a run down of how it went. First, I left my home in Vancouver and flew to Salt Lake City. After 3 weeks of bad weather I pulled the pin and headed to the Standard Films house in Tahoe. Within an hour of landing at the Reno airport, I found out that everyone there was going to Idaho. So that day I jumped into a rental car with Mathieu Crepel and Kazu and kept the back seat warm for a good 12 hours. I spent 2 weeks in Idaho where the stability was at an all time low and riding in the backcountry was very dangerous. So I hitched a ride back to Whistler with Jake Koia and spent a bit of time there before loading up my sled and truck and driving back down to Tahoe. After a good month in Tahoe I made the trip back to Vancouver, shot a day on Mt. Seymour and a few in Whistler before heading back to Tahoe for my third time. Two more weeks there and it was to the east coast of Canada for a Newfoundlandfeature and some hang time in Quebec. Finally I got back home to shoot a bit in Whistler and then finished the season with 3 weeks heli’n in Alaska with the Absinthe Films crew. Here are some photos that I was lucky enough to catch along the way.”
Check out the Milking It video with Serfas here
If you are in the Vancouver B.C. area on November 28th don’t miss Scott Serfas’s Photo Exhibition:
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