Home Mountain: Mt. Bachelor
Sponsors: The NorthFace, Atomic, Smith Optics
Sage Cattabriga Alosa
The elements air, fire, water, and earth exemplify aspects of nature, and represent facets of the human experiences of inspiration, creation, reflection, and grounding. These components can be a guide to our experiences of life, and are deeply connected to skiing and mountain biking. ELEMENTAL is presented by Atomic, and The North Face, supported by Giant Bicycles, and Smith. It is directed and produced by Sage Cattabriga-Alosa and his first solo project of this scale. Featuring skiing from: Lucas Wachs, Mitchell Brower, and Jonah Williams. featuring biking from: Adam Craig, with cameos from Eliot Jackson, Kyle Jameson, Carson Storch, Reed Boggs, and Dusty Wygle. Editing by Jacob Callaghan Music: ‘Three Portraits’ performed by Yppah from the album Eighty One courtesy of Ninja Tune ‘Chifundo’ by The W.I.T.C.H. from the album Lazy Bones courtesy of Now Again Records ‘Roses Thorn’ Performed by TOKiMONSTA form the album lune Rouge courtesy of Young Art Records ‘Assawt’ Performed by Tinariwen From the album Elwan Courtesy of ANTI- Principal cinematography: Jonathon Chandler Additional cinematography provided by: Metis Creative : John Reynolds Cameron Baird John Asuncion Teton Gravity Research: Matt Herriger Ben Dann Dutch Simpson Tim Manning and: Jacob Callaghan Pete Alport Peter Jamison media Alex Mager Tim Durtschi Dane Tudor Sage Cattabriga-Alosa Jasper Newton Still Photography: Jonathon Chandler Cameron Baird Chris Bezmat Jules Jimreivat Trail builders Bros & Hoes landscaping Henry Lanman Oregon Dirt Park -Black Sage Graphic design Maja Keefer Color Bryan Ralf Creative consultant Annie Cattabriga-Alosa
Sage Cattabriga-Alosa's Mind Bending Segment from Almost Ablaze
In honor Almost Ablaze of winning Film of the Year at the 15th Annual Powder Awards we decided to release Sage Cattabriga-Alosa's mind bending segment. Filmed at Grand Targhee Resort, projectors enabled Sage to use the snow as a canvas for his digital artwork. The result is a trippy video that makes you ask the question...did someone slip something into my morning coffee?
Sage Cattabriga-alosa High Life Segment — Blast From The Past Episode 13
In episode 13 of Teton Gravity Research's Blast From The Past web series we take a look at Sage Cattabriga-alosa's segment from TGR's 2003 film "High Life." At this point in time, Sage was just busting on to the scene, going from being a dishwasher at Alta to fully living the dream of being a professional skier. Set to Metallica's "For Whom The Bell Tolls," this is one of the most definitive Teton Gravity Research segments of all time. Teton Gravity Research's Blast From The Past web series takes you back in time to revisit some of our favorite film segments from 15 years of actions sports filmmaking. From shredding Alaska spines set to Metallica to surfing El Salvador's endless beaches, Blast From The Past is your one stop for TGR's greatest film segments. Click Here To Get Old School And Rip In Blast From The Past http://www.tetongravity.com/videos/series/blast-from-the-past-44.htm
Sage Cattabriga-Alosa in Teton Gravity Research's Way Of Life
Way Of Life is now available on iTunes! Buy it here: http://bit.ly/16S2es0 That’s right, folks. Way Of Life is now available for download on iTunes, and to celebrate we’re releasing the opening segment from the film for free! This segment shows five minutes and thirty seconds of Sage Catabriga-Alosa flossing insane spine lines in Alaska. Sage has come a long way since he first started filming lines with TGR under the tutelage of Jeremy Nobis back in 2002, and he has without a doubt earned his place on the starting line of TGR’s 2013 ski film. He crushes lines to the tune of “DTV” by Natural Child while being filmed with the most sophisticated 4K aerial cinema system in the world. But it goes without saying that Sage wasn’t the only talented skier on this year’s crew. Whether it was Tim Durtschi and Dash Longe bringing A-grade tricks to terrifying backcountry lines, supergrom Daniel Tisi and Griffin Post dropping jaws in our backyard in the Tetons, or the US Freeskiing Team throwing down Olympic-level park tricks in Mammoth, Way of Life captures some of the most talented skiing from the past twelve months. If that sounds like the kind of thing that gets you stoked for winter, pick up Way of Life on iTunes for $12.99 (http://bit.ly/16S2es0) or our DVD/Blu-Ray combo pack for $29.99 (http://bit.ly/18hSOUy). Thanks to all of our fans for another great year in the life!
The North Face: The Denali Experiment
Free-ride skier Sage Cattabriga-Alosa and big mountain snowboarder Lucas Debari step out of their elements and make an attempt to climb, ski and snowboard Denali. Sage and Lucas get a helping hand from a huge cast of seasoned and professional climbers and ski mountaineers from the North Face Athlete Team, including Hilaree O'Neill, Conrad Anker, Ingrid Backstrom, Jim Zellers, Emilio Previtali and Giulia Monego, as the two embark on the hardest expedition of their lives. a CAMP 4 COLLECTIVE production Director : Jimmy Chin Cinematographers : Jimmy Chin, Matt Irving, Adam Clark Editor: Renan Ozturk Motion Graphics: Barry Thompson, Eric Bucy, Marty Blumen Additional Media: Teton Gravity Research, Absinthe Films, Colby Coombs, Renan Ozturk Color: Anson Fogel music in order of appearance: Philip Sheppard Song: Night Vision PhilipSheppard.com Yppah Song: Never Mess With Sunday Myspace.com/Yppah Sun Wukong Project Song: Clear Puzzles in Mjet TheSunWukong.com Ammoncontact Song: Like Waves Of The Sea NinjaTune.net/Artist/Ammoncontact Philip Sheppard Song: The Valley PhilipSheppard.com The Damn Sons Song: Who Wants More DamnSons.com CatacombKid Song: Digital Cliffs CatacombKid.com CatacombKid Song: Water CatacombKid.com Amon Tobin Song: Bloodstone AmonTobin.com Ape School My Intention (Yppah Remix Instrumental) NinjaTune.net/Artist/Ape-School Fink Song: Yesterday Was Hard On All Of Us FinkWorld.co.uk
How 15 Years of Skiing AK Shaped Sage Cattabriga-Alosa
Sage Cattabriga-Alosa has been going to Alaska with TGR for 15 years now. He’s gone from a mega grom who used to help the pros build their jumps so he could try hitting them, to being an AK legend and a true leader on the TGR team. He chooses these crazy and creative technical lines down big Alaskan faces, and then sends it with a smooth style that he’s become known for. Sage says that those moments don’t happen for him all the time, and he doesn’t try to force them. “I’m never like ‘I gotta send because I have to.’ I hold back until it’s 100 percent yes in my head, and that’s how all my most triumphant moments have happened.” Subscribe to the TETON GRAVITY RESEARCH YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCziB6WaaUPEFSE2X1TNqUTg Like on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tetongravityresearch/?fref=ts Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tetongravity/ Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TetonGravity Shop the Store: https://www.tetongravity.com/shop/ Official site: https://www.tetongravity.com/