The House Crew @ Afton Alps


It’s always great to see a handful of our team riders and close friends riding together.  With Afton Alps stepping up their game with the assistance of SPT we decided to thrash what they had to offer; it turns out that everyone had a blast shooting this one day edit.

Riders: Riders: Hunter Murphy, Walker Murphy, Justine Pinkerton, Todd Kirby, Mitch Kirby, Ryan Paul, Brennen Swanson, and Tyler Anderson.


Spotted: Tyler Anderson at the 2012 USSA Mammoth Mountain Grand Prix

Tyler Anderson – 2012 USSA Mammoth Mountain Grand Prix

Part fisherman, snowboarder, ladies man, and height amplifier – Tyler Anderson gets around.  Here he is riding at the 2012 USSA Mammoth Mountain Grand Prix on Saturday March, 4th.

If you want to give Tyler a high five, it’s going to be about 20′ out of the pipe. Grab a ladder.

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Spotted: Team Rider Tyler Anderson

Tyler Anderson has been on The House Boardshop’s team for almost 7 years and we’ve seen him advance in every arena of the sport.  He’s a jumper, jibber, and a pipe-jock.  Not only that, he’s a well rounded kid that could be on the Bass Pro Shop fishing team if he tried.

Next time you’re cruising Vail or banging the banners at a USSA Grand Prix, stick out you’re hand and introduce yourself to T.A., you’ll have a friend for life. Read More

Tyler Anderson Photo Shoot


Today Tyler Anderson, a House Team Rider and Minnesota native, stopped into the shop for a quick interview and a photo shoot for the new snowboarding fashion article.

Like most high caliber snowboarders Tyler rips around the world on his board in Winter and fishes like a boss in Summer.  The Creative Directors decided to combine Tyler’s two passions of snowboarding and fishing for this shot on Lake Owasso.

Stay tuned for Tyler’s video interview and the 10 piece fashion article!

GALLERY: Behind the Scenes at The Am Throwdown

Last week’s Am Throwdown with Snowboard Mag was a huge success, and The House was lucky enough to be a part of all of the action.

The teams of finalists, who were chosen by public voting, had five days of sunshine and good snow to explore Copper and shoot a 1:30 second video. Edits had to be cut and turned in by midnight Friday night so the crews made the most of the days and nights trying to “Get the Shot”.

As Snowboard Magazine Editor Jon Glass put it, “We wanted the guys to get creative, explore the mountain and not feel confined to just one area of the mountain. The contest had a loose format. We pretty much let the guys run free for the week.”

Check out some behind the scenes shots of all of the teams hard at work: Click on the thumbnails to enlarge.

Snowboard Magazine has a great recap of the event here. Stay tuned as the final edits should be dropping next week as well as the announcement of the winning team and video who will walk away with 5G’s.

Read more to see the video’s that the finalists entered that earned them a trip to Copper Mountain for the week…

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