Unorthodox events and independent-minded people can be found nearly everywhere in Telluride. If you’ve spent time in Telluride, then you know “maverick” is a word that could be used to describe this place. This is the subject of our third episode of “Telluride in a Word”. Take a look, enjoy and be sure to stay tuned next Wednesday for another episode in our six-part video series.
“Glider” Bob Saunders was an obvious choice to talk about the word “air” and how it relates to this place. As a glider pilot who soars above the mountains of Telluride, he knows the subject of “air” better than anyone.
Telluride in a Word
We posed a simple question to six people who live and love Telluride – “How would you describe Telluride with a single word?” Their answers were honest, insightful and real. Their stories were framed to create a six-part video series. It’s called “Telluride in a Word”. Simply put – it’s the story of the Telluride experience… one word at a time.
It’s not uncommon for guests to be left speechless when they visit Telluride. The breathtaking beauty and authentic mountain community make this place one-of-a-kind, and can leave people with a loss of words.
In light of this, we posed a simple question to six people who live and love Telluride – “How would you describe Telluride with a single word?” Their answers were honest, insightful and real. Their stories were framed to create a six-part video series.
Beginning October 15th, we’ll release one video every Wednesday, for six weeks. These people describe the Telluride experience in a way never before. It’s called “Telluride in a Word”. Simply put – it’s the story of the Telluride experience… one word at a time.
Music: “Ethereal Thoughts” by Olive Musique
Footage: GoPro, Sony FS700, Nikon D800
This edit features 100% GoPro footage captured over the past year or so with the support of many amazing athletes, friends and musicians.
When the cameras first came out I was a little skeptical of their professional applications. In addition to the POV applications, the camera holds its own as a 2nd camera unit on assignments. Small, inexpensive and versatile the camera has empowered small footprint productions enabling a single shooter to pull off multi-camera coverage. Time-lapse function and the capability of flying the cameras around on jibs and multi rotor only adds to the production value these powerful cameras bring to the table.
athletes: Dean Potter, Seth Morrison, Craig Perazzi, Greg Hope, Cruise Quenelle, Jason Russell, Glider Bob, Neal Michaelis, Jeff Campbell, Walter Kvale, Andy Bagnall, Chris Drew, Thorne and West Harcourt, Corinne Hannah & Nessie
artists: Bela Fleck, Colorado Symphony Orchestra, Sam Bush, Wood Brothers, Greensky Bluegrass, Brother & Bones
clients: Wagner Custom, Oakley, Telluride Helitrax, Telluride Ski Resort, Planet Bluegrass, FSM, Durango Blues Train
tools: DJI Phantom, Feather Camera Cranes, Dynamic Perception Stage Zero Dolly, F-Stop Packs, Kessler Stealth Slider and pretty much every GoPro mount and accessory made.
The Telluride Ski Resort just launched the first of a series of videos that I filmed and edited. This two-minute sequence features high lights from last ski season, showing off both the ski area and the town of Telluride. A shortened version is featured as the full screen landing page for the Telluride Ski Resort web site, and the full version has already been viewed almost 5,000 times on their YouTube channel.
100% GoPro edit of the Durango Blues Train from May 2014. The ‘moving’ musical experience features six live Blues acts, while passengers travel aboard The historic Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad’s coal-fired, steam-powered train through the spectacular canyons of Colorado’s San Juan National Forest. durangobluestrain.com
Soundtrack By The Sugar Thieves – sugarthieves.com • recorded live on board the Train May 30th.
Appearing Artists- Big Sam’s Funky Nation- bigsamsfunkynation.com/, Kipori Woods – kiporiwoods.com/, Todd and the Fox- toddandthefox.com/, The Bottoms Up Blues Gang- bottomsupblues.com/, C.W. Ayon – cwayon.com/