Atop Alaska’s Denali National Park with Brain Farm and Camp4 Collective

Despite the countless snowboarding films that have been made in Alaska’s backcountry, The Last Frontier still holds seemingly infinite opportunity for snowboarding progression and cinematography. Camp4 Collective’s Anson Fogel utilized the tremendous technology of Brain Farm’s Cineflex camera to capture a short film titled The Ridge, a segment recorded for a larger project named The Sanctity of Space. Floating above Denali National Park truly gives one the sense of scale and place that riders experience when standing atop these powerful mountains.

To add to the wonder, this was filmed on June 25, 2014. Take a moment to think about that.

See Also: Curt Morgan – The man behind The Art of FLight and Brain Farm

From Camp4 Collective via Vimeo:

A Camp4 Collective sketch

Filmed in Denali National Park June 25, 2014
Anson Fogel Cinematographer // Cineflex Operator // Editor
Filmed for the film ‘The Sanctity of Space’, Directed by Freddie Wilkinson + Renan Ozturk

Huge thanks to:
The National Park Service, Denali Talkeetna Ranger Station
Brain Farm Cinema for their Cineflex Elite camera systems

Music by HECQ, “Above” from the album NightFalls
Courtesy Hymen Records
HECQ.de

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