Gallery: Simon Dumont throws down at Keystone spring shoot
With the season winding down and Keystone closed to the public, Freeskier was lucky that the Resort wanted to host us for a women’s park shoot. Being that the weather was perfect and the A51 park was amazing and empty, I decided to see if some of the dudes wanted to come join in on the fun—either just to hang out and tan or to spin some mellow laps. Simon Dumont lives right down the road, so of course he showed up and ripped laps on the park features for a couple of days. Along the way, he bagged some new tricks and logged shots amid two epic sunset shoots. Tom Wallisch was shooting for his new project and Peter Olenick was shredding the jumps and rails, too.
Be sure to check out Simon’s “Drop In” segment from the session. And don’t forget to subscribe to Freeskier for our [upcoming] feature story on the state of women’s skiing, along with more shots of the guys and ladies from the sunset shoots.
About the author:
Nate Abbott is a photographer and man of mystery. Most likely to be found in Boulder, CO or New York City, he spends winters chasing skiers and snow around the world with hundreds of pounds of cameras and lights in tow. During the production season, Abbott is Freeskier’s Senior Editor and photo nerd. Check out his work at nateabbott.com.