Louise Lintilhac, a.k.a Weeze, is dedicated to a life spent both enjoying and preserving active opportunities outside. She balances freeride skiing and interests in land conservation. In the fall of 2014 she finished her Masters of Science in Environmental Thought and Culture with a focus in conservation planning at the University of Vermont. In addition to her time in graduate school, she applies her love of the outdoors through work with the Lintilhac Foundation, The Vermont Mountain Bike Association, and the Vermont Parks Forever Foundation, where she tries to increase access to the beloved landscapes of Vermont. Her current ski projects include filming with Williston Based Meathead Films, and Jackson Hole based Unicorn Picnic Productions in addition to her own freelance exploration initiatives. Adventure is in her blood and through her projects on and off of the snow she is hoping to encourage and support healthy, active, outdoor lifestyles and motivate people to care not only about their own wellbeing but the wellbeing of the environments that make adventure possible.