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I was born and raised in Brig, located in the heart of the southern alps of Switzerland. Going to the mountains is pretty natural to me since I am a kid.

I started snowboarding 20 years ago. I love shooting for Film- or Photoprojects, which is often pretty exhausting but it makes me feel very much alive and filled with positive energy. Having banger-shots at the end of a long season and seeing them months later in a movie or a magazine is royally rewarding. Even though I really enjoy shooting with my friends, it is always very inspiring to shoot with new people, who look at spots and things differently and bring in new ideas.

On a day without cameraman I enjoy splitboarding, it gives me time to think and get a distance to things I am struggling with in a very peaceful atmosphere.

I used to skate a lot when I was a teenager, now I am back on the deck every once in a while. I only go a couple times a year but I am always stoked skating and learning new or old tricks . Three years ago I did my first surftrip, and even though it can be hard to get back on the surfboard after a year-long break, but it is always a lot of fun surfing and living the lifestyle that comes with it.

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K2 Snow Volcom Deeluxe



The project "Paradigme" is a snowboard documentary filmed in Wallis and following riders from the western part of Switzerland. Film Director: Julien Roserens Camera: Julien Roserens, Jon Vital Photographer: Thierry Sermier Editor: Jules Guarneri Riders: Mat Schaer, Estelle Balet, Levi Luggen, Emilien Badoux, Carlos Gerber, Fred Couderc, Féfé Pellacani, Sam Schaer, Christian Weber, Julien Emch, Aurel Anthamatten and friends Music: The Antlers, "Kettering"

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DEELUXE the Rambler // Episode #6 Positivity Camp.

Follow Elias Elhardt, Levi Luggen and Matthieu Perez on their Positivity Camp experience, 2960 meters above sea level. High Formazza Valley in Italy is a jewel of mother nature and can only be reached on your own two feet. After a six hours hike, you will be welcomed in the refuge by the locals who run this non-profit snowboard-camp. Kickers, Jib's & endless free-ride terrain are accessible from this high mountain hut. Good italian homemade food, a breathtaking view where ever you go guaranty you a lifetime experience.

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