Justin Kious

Art Collaborations

I am fortunate to have grown up in the Pacific Northwest with a father who loved getting outdoors.

My images are a culmination of a huge amount of work on the part of the athletes portrayed and myself. Snowboarding with friends, being in the woods, and projecting some of the best split seconds for the world to see; these are my ambitions. Thank you for taking a look.

“Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Nature’s peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy, while cares swill drop away from you like the leaves of Autumn.” – John Muir

  • Northwest Powder Days

    It may be March and it may seem like spring is just around the corner but there’s still plenty of winter left and lot’s of powder to be shredded. Here are some photos of a solid Mt. Baker powder day with our Northwest team riders including Byron Bagwell, Shawn Freyer, northwest sub rep, Brice Niebuhr

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    Finishing the day off with a group powder run. Shawn, Byron and Brice get the goods.
    • Gallery: Arbor Northwest Style

      Arbor’s presence in the park may be building but our roots is in the mountains…in the big mountains and the backcountry. We have a solid presence in the Northwest including national team riders Byron Bagwell and Ryan Linnert along with regional team riders, Robbie Hutton and Shawn Freyer. They get out and ride for the

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      Shawn Fryer grabs a nasty method off this Northwest cliff.
      • Gallery: Snowboarding Chilé

        It’s been a heavy snow year in the Southern Hemisphere and several of Arbor’s riders have been down there taking advantage of it. Arbor national team rider, Byron Bagwell has been down in Chilé handling some big mountain powder shredding for a couple of weeks. Their crew is holding up at Nevados de Chillian Mountain

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        Shredding powder in Chilé isn't a bad days work.