Levi LUGGEN

Levi LUGGEN
CH

Snowboard


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About


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.

Rider Infos

Sport(s) you practice

Favorite practiced sport

Snowboard

Ride equipment(s)

K2 Snow Volcom Deeluxe

Snowboard

TEASER "PARADIGME"

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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Snowboard

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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