Julian Carr
Salt Lake City, UT

Julian Carr

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  10/11 Publications
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  07/08 Publications
  06/07 Publications
  05/06 Publications
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Résume

Records Awards Competition
  • 2006 U.S. Freeskiing Nationals - Snowbird, Utah (semi-finalist)
  • 2005 U.S. Freeskiing Nationals - Snowbird, Utah (semi-finalist)
  • 2004 13th Annual U.S. Extreme Freeskiing - Crested Butte, Colorado (semi-finalist)
  • 2004 WT U.S. Freeskiing Nationals - Snowbird, Utah (tdq)
  • 2003 U.S. Freeskiing Nationals - Snowbird, Ut (22nd qualifier)
  • 2003 Canadian Freeskiing Championships - Whistler, BC (semi-finalist)
  • 2003 Slug Magazine Slopestyle - Brighton, Ut (6th)
  • 2001 Badass Extreme Championships - Berthoud, Co (finalist)
  • 2001 U.S. Freeskiing Championships - Snowbird, Ut (DQ'd, out-of-bounds)
  • 2001 Brighton Super Slopestyle - Brighton, Ut (9th)
  • 1999 Brighton Super Slopestyle - Brighton, Ut (4th)
Film TV
  • 2010 RideGuideTV Powder Cowboy
  • 2010 RideGuideTV Island Lake
  • 2006 Fox Sports Net / Outdoor Life Network / Fuel TV - Fusion TV
  • 2004 Channel 5 Eyewitness News - interconnect feature
  • 2004 National Commercial - Solitude Ski Resort
Writing
  • Skiing Magazine, featured story, Having Fun In Utah, March 2009
  • Powder Magazine, MORPHENE, 25 People You See On The Hill Everyday, Nov 2007
  • Skiing Magazine, DROPPING The GLOVES persuasive essay, Is going big a natural evolution of skiing or a brainless stunt, Dec 2006
  • Freeride Magazine, last page columnist
  • Freeride Magazine, featured article, Calmly Stepping To Another Level, Volume 1:1
  • The daily Utah Chronicle, guest editor, Oct 2000
Industry Involvement
  • 2002 U.S. Freeskiing Nationals Qualifier, Snowbird, Ut - Judge
  • 2002 North American Freeskiing Championships - Kirkwood, Ca - Venue Coordinator
  • 2002 Red Bull Huckfest - Snowbird, Ut - Volunteer Coordinator
  • 2002 U.S. Skiercross Nationals - Snowbird, Ut - Line Judge
  • 2002 U.S. Freeskiing Nationals, Snowbird, Ut - Volunteer Coordinator
Education
  • 2004 - B.S. Economics, University of Utah
  • Intern: Mountain Sports International: 2001/2002
  • Associated Students - Concerts Committee: 2000 - 2002
  • Associated Students - Mayfest Co-Chair: 2000
  • Sigma Chi - Social Chairman: 1999
Etc
  • Poet - City Arts & University of Utah
  • Film & Television (resume available) 


I taught myself how to ski in eighth grade, my background was skateboarding and I was oblivious to what mainstream skiing was.  I perfected my balance on my skis, then I perfected my balance in the air.  Naturally, once I had that established I basically tried to skateboard on skis.   So a day of skiing consisted of cliff and air searching - all day.  I'd usually get home at 9:00pm. 

I had no idea that skiing was influenced by racing and Corporations.  I still hang onto that innocence. 

I found that if I could be doing anything at any given moment, I would be skiing.  This behavior continues to this day, and it will continue until I am physically limited to maintain such a lifestyle.

In the last eight months I have been to Argentina, Chile, Jackson Hole, Vail, Aspen, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Alaska, and Whistler. Up until eight months ago the furthest east I had been was Colorado - furthest south was Tijuana - furthest north was Canada. Every place was amazing and I am addicted to traveling now. Top of the list now is Peru and check out Maccu Piccu. But you know what .. I still love coming home to Utah. Most of my friends, family, and beautiful mountains reside here. I am pretty much into anything that involves fun people in fun places (mostly outdoors), and hard workers. It could be with random rad strangers in a random place I have never been - or it could be sitting above Salt Lake City watching the sunset with good friends (maybe with some cold beer). Oh yeah, and I am great at rock, paper, scissors. And snuff is the way to my heart.

               The Uncertainty Of The Mountains Demands Greater
               Patience And Keener Perception Before It Discloses
               Whatever Mystery First Drew You Towards It.
 

Julian
 

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