Friday
Jun052015

Eastern Unicorns: Unicorn Picnic Productions

At long last, the East Coast webisode I have been working on in conjunction with Unicorn Picnic Productions has been released. It took a huge amount of work from everyone involved and was a humbling experiece for me, but I am proud of what we have produced. Thanks to everyone who helped and a special thanks to the lovely ladies I got to ski with. Paige and Carla are indredible athletes and people, and I had such a blast wandering around the woods with them these past few years.

 

 

Eastern Unicorns from Louise Lintilhac on Vimeo.

 

UPTV: Eastern Unicorns

Louise LintilhacPaige Fitzgerald, and Carla von Trapp Hunter go in search of Big Mountain lines and powder on the east coast. They visit locations such as Stowe, Jay Peak, Mt. Washington, and the Chic Choc mountains of Quebec to try and illustrate the beauty and adventure eastern mountains can offer for this adventurous group of women. 

Athletes: 
Louise Lintilhac
Paige Fitzgerald
Carla von Trapp Hunter

Cinematographers:
Brent Harrewyn - Hoverfly Photography
Dana Allen - Dana Allen Photo
Meathead Films - Skitheeast.net
Matt Kiedaisch - Outsider Media
Jim Surette - Granite Films

Shot on location at: 
Stowe, Vermont
Jay Peak, Vermont
The Chic Choc Mountains, Quebec
Mount Washington, New Hampshire 

Editing: 
Brent Harrewyn - Hoverfly Photography

Music: 
ODESZA - "Koto"
www.odesza.com

Thanks to our "Eastern Unicorn" project sponsors: 
Ski Vermont: skivermont.com
Mammut North America: mammut.ch
The Outdoor Gear Exchange: gearx.com

 

 

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