Zeppelin Zeerip is a filmmaker, writer, and snowboarder who is drawn to stories of humanity’s relationship with our rapidly changing world. With a keen eye and sharp ability, Zeppelin has honed his craft to manage, shoot, produce, and collaborate stories--and to turn them into impactful content across multiple platforms and mediums.
Zeppelin was a member of the team behind Far From Home, an award winning, feature length documentary showcasing the life of Ugandan snowboarder Brolin Maweje.
In 2016, Zeppelin authored Don’t Call Me Gypsy, a memoir of his tumultuous early life, and in 2019 will release LAND, a photo book which chronicles the battle for public lands in America and the middle ground the people on each side of the fight stand upon.
Zeppelin has spent the last 24 months producing and co-directing The Ground Between Us , a feature length documentary showcasing America’s public lands which will premiere in 2019.
Zeppelin’s work has been featured on VICE, REI, Red Bull, Teton Gravity Research, and KEEN.