On the latest episode of the Low Pressure Podcast, legendary and longtime ski filmmaker Guillaume Tessier shares stories of being one of Matchstick Productions’ (MSP) principal cinematographers for the past two decades.

Photo by Nate Nash

Originally from Montreal but based in Whistler since 1995, Tessier captured the history of freeskiing’s inception while filming the New Canadian Air Force for Poor Boyz Productions’ game-changing film, 13. From there, his career took off, leading him to work with MSP and other icons of the sport like Shane McConkey, Seth Morrison and more. In this episode, he discusses his time with those legends of the past and future superstars like The Blondes, the unwritten rules about safety and protocols during film trips, his maple syrup-producing “Sugar Shack” in Quebec, and much more.


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