Seth Morrison’s “The Ordinary Skier” Premieres in Seattle September 9th

Posted By: The Ski Channel on September 3, 2011 1:30 am

The Ordinary Skier, presented by Oakley’s 1242 Productions and Constantine “CP” Papanicolaou, will premiere Friday, September 9 at the King Cat Theater in Seattle, WA, in conjunction with Poor Boyz Production’s premiere of The Grand Bizarre.

The Ordinary Skier takes audiences to Chamonix, where Morrison delved into a new chapter of his career – ski mountaineering. In his travels around the world, he is joined by Nate Wallace and fellow Oakley athletes Pep Fujas, Sean Pettit, JP Auclair, Kye Petersen and Dan Treadway.

Throughout the past two years, filmmaker Seth Morrison has been focused on creating a project that follows his “journey from the middle class suburbs of Chicago to the Colorado Rockies and into the underground ski-bum subculture that would eventually become Freeskiing.”

“I wanted the film to show that you can make whatever you want to out of yourself,” Morrison says. “That whatever it is, if it’s driven by passion and you work hard enough, anything can happen.”

For more information on the World Premiere in Seattle and the Poor Boyz Triple Threat Tour check out www.poorboyz.com.

Until then, check out the latest teaser released for the film.

 

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