20-year-old skiing phenom, Jesper Tjäder, is back in his re-edit of content from Field Productions’ Supervention film. The edit also includes footage from Folgefonna National Park.
Swedish native, Tjäder, was IF3 Rookie of the Year and Transition Winter Award’s Rail Skier of the Year in 2011 and Park Shredder of the Year in 2012 and never looked back, racking up European Freeski Champion, FIS Slopestyle World Champion and AFP Big Air World Champion awards and qualifying for last year’s Sochi Winter Olympic Games. He has also appeared in several films, including two more from Field Productions.
Field Productions, out of Norway, has been cranking out ski flicks since 2002. Their 2013 project, Supervention, follows Tjäder, veteran racer Askel Lund Svindal, Tom Wallisch and a host of other skiers and snowboarders as they explore the U.S., Canada, Norway, Sweden and New Zealand. Field says it is “all documented to convey to you our desire to travel, our joy and all the personalities of those involved in the production, both in front and behind the camera.”
Keep it coming Jesper and Field Productions!