What began as an impromptu leap into the world of dog sledding, Aaron Natoniewski’s methodical approach to the sport and understanding of his dogs has inspired a team of sled hounds unlike any other.
A Florida-native, Aaron Natoniewski fell in love with the rugged Western Slope lifestyle so much so it’s where he decided to start a family; and no ordinary family at that. He lives with his wife, two young daughters, and 14 dogs. From adopting shelter dogs to learning how to run with them on a sled, Aaron took an impromptu but determined leap into the world of competitive dog sledding. A natural talent on the sled and ability to form meaningful relationships with each dog, Aaron’s appreciation of this special pack is endless. In his eyes, how they work together is the definition of beauty.
Often referred to as “America’s greatest boy band”, The Roos Brothers are a directing and producing team of brothers from Colorado. Making films together since childhood, the brothers have found a compelling voice in telling authentic human stories, blending gripping visuals with real life. The Roos Brothers distinct body of work spans across short films, branded series and broadcast spots – collaborating with clients such as Reebok, Nike, Coca-Cola and NYCFC.
The Roos Brothers’ short film, The Redstone Pack, received a 2019 Webby Award nomination for best documentary short and was an official selection for the 2019 Banff Mountain Film Festival and the 2019 Aspen Mountain Film Festival.