Curt Morgan – The man behind The Art of Flight and Brain Farm

Curt Morgan and Travis Rice have produced some of snowboarding’s most coveted and riveting films with 2008’s That’s It That’s All and arguably our industry’s most recognized film, The Art of Flight. In this documentary from Bapu Film, we go behind the lens and into the mind of Brain Farm’s fearless leader to learn where the inspiration comes from to change how the world looks at snowboarding.

From Vimeo:

I went to Jackson Hole to met Curt Morgan, I was excited to met his crew and know how could be possible to be the best production company in the world.

Curt his a super easy guy and he is an innovator, he could invent a new way to film extreme sports, I get inspiration from his movie everyday.

It was a pleasure to see where “that’s it that’s all” and “the art of flight” born, I visited the equipment department, the editing room, the post production room, the cinema room where they check in 4k all the footage …was simply perfect.

One day I hope to be part of Brain Farm team, and till that day I’m going to improve my skill and film as much I can.

Thanks.

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