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Andy Wright Talks Old School Snowboard Photography

Andy Wright Talks Old School Snowboard Photography

Tom Copsey Tom Copsey

In this first of Videograsses two-part series looking at the work of respected snowboard photographer Andy Wright he takes it back to the old school to show you kids with iPhones how shred snapping used to be. Super interesting…

This bring back the good old days of mag work – getting an envelope stuffed of slides, locking yourself away on the light table for a few hours peering through a loupe at some eye-popping action. Ahh, goodtimes…

Here’s what they’re saying…

Andy Wright – a living legend in the world of snowboard photography. Andy has been around the world on a 15 year streak shooting with the best snowboarders along the way. If you have thumbed through a snowboard magazine in the past decade and a half and not seen a shot by Andy…chances are, you could be blind. Currently, as a senior photographer for Transworld Snowboarding, his photos keep your eyes wide open and drooling over style. With no signs of burning out, Andy will continue to please your brain for many years to come, bringing only the best of the best.

Part 1 of 2 gives you a glimpse into the vaults of Andy’s early work. From his first published photo of Jason Brown in 1997 to the end of the film era, Andy recalls a few stories behind his favorite shots before life went digital.

…Be sure to check out Part 2 of 2…


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