Our Ambassadors and Athletes
Travis Rice (Ambassador)
Arguably the greatest big mountain snowboarder alive today, Travis’s career spans the gap from international podiums to making the two biggest snowboard films of all time, "That’s It, That’s All" and "The Art of Flight." Travis has made a living traveling the globe in search of snowboard adventure but has always called Jackson Hole home.
Tommy Moe (Ambassador)
Tommy Moe is one of only two U.S. men to win an Olympic downhill competition and one of three Americans to ever take home two alpine medals from one Olympic game. Moe serves as a Ski Guide and Special Ambassador for Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, the place he's called home for more than 10 years.Meet Tommy
Growing up in Alyeska, Alaska Tim discovered the freedom of the mountain and the ability to make a terrain park out of natural features. He has worked with film companies like Warren Miller, Teton Gravity Research and Field Productions and competed in the Linecatcher, Swatch Skier Cup and Cold Rush events. As an Athlete for TGR he travel the world to find snow in the most exotic locations the planet. Every Season TGR puts out a full length feature film along with online content for the TGR website. He spends the winter skiing in front of the camera, and spends the summer and fall promoting the film through social media and the film tour. The film tour has over 40 stops around the world. He has attended tours in the USA, Canada, France and Austria. Ski filming locations include Alaska, British Columbia, Wyoming, Austria, and Japan.
Born and raised in Wyoming, Gary Endecott took up skiing in high school. As part of the Teton Adaptive Team, Endecott fell in love with the sport and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Learning to ski at the resort has prepared Endecott to represent Wyoming this winter at the World Winter Games - a huge honor.Watch Gary Meet Gary
’m a professional snowboarder born and raised in the town of Jackson, WY. I started skiing at the age of 2 with the support of my dad who was on the JHMR ski patrol for over 25 years. I switch over to snowboarding or a.k.a “ The Dark Side”, as my dad would call it, at the age of 6. With snowboarding being the new fun thing in the mountains it became clear to me that I wanted to work as hard as I possibly could to achieve the dream of being a professional snowboarder. I competed at a young age and as I got older I started to get more interested in the filming side of the sport. I grew up watching snowboard videos with idols I looked up to my whole life. The last three years I worked on the new Red Bull Media House movie called, “The Fourth Phase” and Arbor Snowboards movie, “ Cosa Nostra”. Im so grateful to be doing what I do for a living and wouldn’t be able to do it without the support of my sponsors and amazing family. I’m currently working on new film projects and hope to live this dream, for many more years to come.
For most big mountain skiers- powder, mountains and big lines occupy the entirety of their daylight hours and even dreams. Hadley Hammer does not fit this stereotype. Though she crushes the big lines with the best of them as demonstrated with her competition record on the Freeride World Tour and film segments with Teton Gravity Research and Sherpas Cinema, Hadley also happens to be a sommelier, gourmet chef, book nerd, and climber to name just a fraction of her side hobbies. Growing up in Jackson, WY, Hadley was brought up in the mountains, spending all her time chasing her brothers around the Tetons. As college approached, Hadley recognized the benefits of a formal career outside of her mountain life though and and headed east for a B.A in Hospitality and Economics. After a few years working in the urban hotel world, she recognized a key component missing and headed back to her mountain base to achieve a greater balance between career and lifestyle. Cultivated by rock climbing and skiing before she could even walk, balance is the name of her game and now manifests itself in her big mountain skiing pursuits and complimentary lifestyle.
Ian Walsh is widly know in the surfing community as one of the best big wave surfers in the world. Not surprisingly his talent on the water transfers to the snow covered mountains of Jackson Hole. At first Ian viewed snowboarding as an escape from the routine of riding waves year round, however snowboarding quickly became a new found passion.
From the sea to the mountains, Bryan Iguchi has mastered nearly everything in between. The "Guch" has taken his California style and turned it into something special. One of the best in the biz, Brian has mentored many others on this list, and its to no surprise they joined him as Jackson Hole Mountain Resort athletes.
Local ripper Forrest Jillson has been ascending the ranks of the freeskiing world over the last couple of seasons. Having grown up in Jackson and with a father on ski patrol, Forrest's abilities are unquestioned and his passion for this place is much the same. We're excited to see what is next for Forrest.
Breezy JohnsonMeet Breezy
Rob loves almost everything about snowboarding, and has dedicated his life to experiencing its many facets. He was a member of the US Snowboard team for 10 years, won the US Open halfpipe and got a bronze medal in Slopestyle at the Xgames, won a couple NorthFace Masters big mountain contests, and most recently won the Mt Baker Banked Slalom Pro Masters category two years in a row. He has starred in 8 Warren Miller films. He is the founder of the Jackson Hole PowWow snowboard test. He likes to make art and flyfish in his spare time, but you will most likely see him practicing the art of the turn in the mountains around Jackson Hole.
A Colorado native, Owen Leeper might be one of the only people more comfortable in the air and inverted than standing on his own two feet. His passion for skiing and progressing the sport stands out and is what drove him to call Jackson his new home. A day skiing with Leeper reminds you anything is possible.
Brolin Mawejje is not your average snowboarder. Growing up in Jackson via Uganda and Boston, Mawejje had to find his niche. Snowboarding became his passion, and needless to say, he never looked back. Now he hopes to become the first African snowboard Olympian in 2022.
A no-doubt shredder, Jess McMillan has made skiing her life and Jackson Hole her playground. From podiums across the world to world-class Teton ski mountaineering, McMillan continues to set the bar higher. She has carved out a spot for herself in Jackson Hole's ski culture for years to come.
Coming from a family where snowboarding and pushing limits in the great outdoors runs in the blood, Blake was already strapping in and gliding down the snow-covered hills of Vermont’s backcountry at the age of four. A few years later his family picked up shop and headed west, settling in Jackson Hole, WY — a move that would forever distinguish the young rider’s career.