Sony Mind’s Eye – Jeremy Jones

From Teton Gravity Research via Vimeo:

Snow camping might sound like a great way to up your wintertime adventure quota, but you won’t be thinking so when your snowboard boots are frozen solid come morning. Still, ice-cold boots don’t stop Jeremy Jones and Ryland Bell from conquering 3,000 foot spine runs in the East Alaska Range during the filming for Jeremy’s latest film, Higher, which is due out this fall.

Sony’s Mind’s Eye is a ten episode series of self-edits created by TGR athletes. Filmed entirely with Sony’s Action Cam, these edits provide a glimpse into lives defined by adventure.

All footage shot on Sony’s Action Ca

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