At 33, Taylor Seaton has dedicated his life to skiing. His latest project was staring in a backcountry ski movie; Must Be Nice  

 In 2017 he was named to the US Freeskiing team after meeting the qualifying criteria of two World Cup podiums. Taylor is the first and only athlete to put down both way alley-oop 900’s in competition. He is now a US Team Alumni athlete and is focused on backcountry skiing and filming.   Born in Boulder, Colorado when Taylor was 11 years old he and his family moved to the town of Avon, Colorado so he could pursue his skiing. Taylor grew up skiing Vail and Beaver Creek and is still a current resident of the Vail Valley, he now owns and operates a property management company and has his commercial pilots license. Over the years Taylor has competed in the Dew Tour, Grand Prix events, World Cups all over the globe as well as the Winter X Games in Aspen, Tignes France, and Oslo Norway. He has also had the opportunity to ski in the more core events that include only the most unique and stylish skiers such as the Tanner Hall Invitational, Sammy C. Invitational, The B&E Invitational, Suzuki Nine Knights, Pipe Ground, Natural Games, 7Peaks Riverstyle, Freeski Playoffs, and the only indoor stadium event of its kind The White Festival.