On the latest episode of the Low Pressure Podcast, Mark Warner sits down with one of the nicest and most naturally talented guys in skiing, Simon Hillis.

Hillis is a professional freeride skier who was born in Bali, Indonesia, but grew up in Rossland, B.C. skiing the slopes of Red Mountain Resort. In his younger years, he was the kid to beat on the junior freeride circuit, consistently winning local events and North American championships alike. He’s since moved to the Whistler area to shift his focus to filming, and is quickly becoming a mainstay in Teton Gravity Research's movies. In this episode, he discusses shooting with the latter along with Warren Miller Entertainment in his teens, crafting his own video series, Nearly Nowhere, his experiences an an Asian pro skier, and much more.

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