POWDER TV: Stumpy’s Studio

Take a tour of Greg Stump's film studio—part museum, part library—an ode to freestyle's roots

“In 2005, Greg Stump moved into a small house on 2.5 acres outside of Victor, Idaho, the rural hamlet on the west side of the Tetons. What caught his interest was the house’s large studio, which a photographer had earlier converted from a garage, including neutral lighting, gray panels, and plenty of space. Stump, now 53, calls it ‘the perfect room.’ And it’s where he went to work on his next seminal achievement, the ‘Legend of Aahhh’s.’” —Matt Hansen

This is the video accompaniment to the story, “What’s In: Stumpy’s Studio,” which printed in POWDER’s January issue, Volume 42. Video and homepage photo by Greg Von Doersten. Video edited by Rupert Walker

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  • Andrea Miller

    It is just awesome to see old equipment meets new and from a pioneer film maker( sorry Stump) but as I was saying a pioneer because that is what these people like Stumpy brought to the attention of the masses and people actually started getting out there in droves and skiing a lot more starting an unending wave of real adventure. There is such a history on skiing that changed forever the way America skies and came about in the not so far ago past, yet turned skiing into one of Americas favorite all time things to do. Andrea Miller

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