Name? Rob Kingwill
Where did you grow up & where did you grow up skiing? Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Current home mountain? Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Warren Miller Films:
2019 Timeless (Switzerland)
2018 Face of Winter (Mt. Baker, Washington) (Kamloops, BC)
2017 Line of Descent (New Zealand)
2016 Here, There & Everywhere (Greenland)
2015 Chasing Shadows (Nepal)
2014 No Turning Back (Hokaido, Japan)
2013 Ticket to Ride (Valdez, AK)
2002 Storm (Austria)
2001 Cold Fusion (Girdwood, AK)
2000 Ride (North Casades, WA)
Name a person who inspires you to be a better skier/rider?
In lieu of our 70th film, what’s your most memorable or favorite Warren Miller film or segment – past or present?
Our Nepal segment from Chasing Shadows. That was one epic adventure!
What would you do if you won the lottery?
The same thing I'm doing now; snowboarding and trying to inspire people!
The best meal you can cook?
Tom kha gai soup.
Favorite chairlift and why?
Thunder Chairlift at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. I could lap the Mushroom Chutes forever.
The most interesting thing you’ve read or seen this year? (books, podcasts, TV shows)
Recently I've been watching a lot of stuff from an amazing teacher named SadhGuru. His mission to raise the vibration of the world is inspiring.
The fictitious character you most identify with from a book, movie, etc. and why?
Howard Roark. He is someone who created his life around the idea of who he truly, authentically was.
Highlight memory from filming with WME for this year's film?
Following Ryland Bell up some seriously steep couloirs. That kid has no fear and is beyond stoked on snowboarding.
Gear you are loving right now, on or off the ski slopes, and why?
My Winterstick pro-model snowboard the ARK. It is my favorite board of all time. I also can't go on the mountain without rocking my AVALON7 balaclava and mesh facemask system.