White Waves Powdersurfing Documentary film by Jeremy Jensen

White Waves – A Powdersurfing Documentary

After many years of hard work Grassroots Powdersurfing is proud to release the world’s first full length film featuring true binding-free powdersurfing.

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White Waves explores the history, contemporary and future of true binding-free powdersurfing from an insider’s perspective. See how this unique blend of surfing, skateboarding and snowboarding has emerged from the hearts, hands and minds of a few pioneers who are paving the way into the future by nodding to the past and re-approaching the way they interact with mountains. Take a ride in the shoes of the most experienced shapers and riders in the powsurfing world and learn more about the pursuit of what they feel is the most incredible feeling on earth.

This film features true binding-free powdersurfing; there were no straps, ropes, sky-hooks, magnets, or any other type of binding used for the riding in this film.

Starring: Jeremy Jensen, Terje Haakonsen, DCP, Ian Provo, Neil Provo, Scotty Arnold, Atsushi Gomyo, Tasuku TSK, Mads Jonsson, Al Clark, Craig Stevenson, Brock Bitton, Cody Townsend, Rob Patterson, Howard Sorenson, Kanika Koh, Dave Smellie, Rob Stevens, and Josh Serna.

Shot on location in Utah, British Columbia, Hokkaido, Nagano, Alaska, Idaho, and Wyoming.

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Powder-Day Saints – “The Second Coming”

A huge chunk of the last year of my life has been put into the filming, editing and production of my latest snowboard/powsurfing film.

“Powder-Day Saints – The Second Coming” will premier next week in Logan Utah with a couple more Utah screenings hopefully in the near future. I made this film on a $0 budget… it took countless hours of time in the edit room aside from the time and effort taken to shoot it all. My resources are limited, so unfortunately it may not get seen much anywhere else outside of our small scene… we’ll see what happens I guess.

All expenses came directly out of my pocket… I would hate to even add it up… especially counting the hours of work I have poured into it. I would be in the hole tens of thousands of $. (I hope my wife doesn’t read this) Funny what you find yourself doing when you follow your passion. I set a personal goal to get this completed this year so I can move on to the next project. Maybe it will pay off some day.. if not, I have priceless experiences and good times along the way to show for it.. along with a nice video journal of the past couple of seasons of riding snowboards and powsurfers. If you haven’t checked out the film, peep the teaser here…….


The video basically consists of my friends from Northern Utah and I hucking booters, dropping cliffs, punching lines and just loving it in the powder… Riding snowboards, skis, sleds, and powdersurf boards.

The majority of the film is snowboarding as I am holding onto a lot of material for the release of a full length powsurfing film.. something I have been working on for a few years now but have lacked the time to complete. Next fall will bring to light some really cool stuff.

October 4th Surf Session

FIRST POW DAY OF THE SEASON OCTOBER 4th – TONY GROVE!!!

There was just barely enough snow on the ground to make it surfable. Not quite ready for the snowboard in my opinion. I figure if youre gonna be riding mellow slopes with no drops or kickers to chuck off of then you might as well be riding bindingless.
CHECK THE VIDEO BELOW FOR A RECAP OF THE GOODS. Not bad for October!

Getting ready to get some near the “G-spot”

Pow surfing with Storm Dog @ St’Bump

With High avalanche danger and numerous fatalities over the past week in Utah the Storm Dog and I kept it safe over at Stump Hollow. The pow was deep and light- perfect for the pow-surf. Luckily Youngblood had blazed a trail for us to walk up or it would have been hell hiking to the top. Youngblood, Hornerbrook and Bill were most likely riding their bindingless decks here as well. They love this zone. It was pretty fun and there were pillows and tight trees to keep it interesting.

Storm – Enjoying the deep pow.

Pow surfing with Storm Dog @ St’Bump

With High avalanche danger and numerous fatalities over the past week in Utah the Storm Dog and I kept it safe over at Stump Hollow. The pow was deep and light- perfect for the pow-surf. Luckily Youngblood had blazed a trail for us to walk up or it would have been hell hiking to the top. Youngblood, Hornerbrook and Bill were most likely riding their bindingless decks here as well. They love this zone. It was pretty fun and there were pillows and tight trees to keep it interesting.

Storm – Enjoying the deep pow.

2008-2009 First PowSurf session of the season.

The Storm Dog and myself made it out for a few runs in our favorite early season spot. This marks the 18th straight year that I have been coming to this spot for early season powdies. It just doesn’t ever seem to get old. Especially when you ride without bindings.


Storm and PowSurf.
Brock getting his surf on.


Still a few weeds poking up.

2008-2009 First PowSurf session of the season.

The Storm Dog and myself made it out for a few runs in our favorite early season spot. This marks the 18th straight year that I have been coming to this spot for early season powdies. It just doesn’t ever seem to get old. Especially when you ride without bindings.


Storm and PowSurf.
Brock getting his surf on.


Still a few weeds poking up.

May Surf Session





So it dumped a foot and a half of pow-pow- and I had nobody to go tow laps with. I wasn’t gonna let fresh pow in May go to waste so I saddled up solo with my snowboard, surfboard, and camera and headed west (of the parking lot). I arrived to light dry pow that was dificult to snowmobile in and not super stable sitting on a solid melt/freeze crust. So i decided not to try hiking up anything or snowboarding any of the usual stuff since I was by myself and didn’t feel like dying in an avalanche. Instead I would ghost ride my sled to get up to the tops and surf my way down. I found a bunch of pretty cool features- a baby step-up, some windlip slashers, a hip style booter, and a cornice to drop.


Test droppin the cornice.
My landing kept avalanching away- after each drop I had to go bigger to make it to the pow.

Pop-shovit.

By the time I got to this slasher the sun had taken the “lightNdry” out of the pow-pow.


After slamming like 6 times trying to kickflip this step up I finally settled for the fs air.

1st Kickflip on surfboard.

I almost knocked my teeth out trying to get this 360 shovit.


So it turned out to be a pretty fun day for riding by myself. I managed to take some really hard slams but that is the nature of our new little sport. It ain’t stuck to your feet! I vowed to return and pull a 360 shovit before the season is up. Hopefully we get another powder day before its all done this year. Pray for Snow!