As a professional skier, Lynsey’s career has spanned over a decade.
As a creative Dyer’s photography has been showcased in National Geographic Magazine and on billboards for GoPro. Her clothing designs sell out regularly on her art site UnicornPicnic and her ShowingUP Podcast made the top 40 in its first season.
Dyer has stared in films and commercials from Teton Gravity Research to Warren Miller, Chevy Trucks to Mary Kay. She was the first female to hit the infamous Fat Bastard and Cave air cliffs outside the Jackson Hole mountain ski boundary and the first female on the cover of Freeskier Magazine.
Lynsey has skied on 6 continents, won every big mountain competition she’s entered, been awarded Female Skier of the Year by Powder and Freeskier Magazines multiple times, and cemented her place as one of the best big mountain skiers in the world while inspiring a generation of young female athletes through popular Ted talks on 'Skiing like a girl', filmmaking, and co-founding SheJumps.org.
As a filmmaker, Lynsey produced and directed the first all female ski film Pretty Faces after fundraising $113K on Kickstarter. Pretty Faces went on to sell out 100 shows, win various awards and provide program funding for the 501C3 Dyer co-founded SheJumps.org. Her latest project, the Showing UP podcast, can be found on iTunes. She loves to share stories that help us all remember that anything is possible especially when you remember to play outside.
- Show Up, Level Up: A Mindset and Movement Workshop to Optimize Performance
Do you feel fragile? Do you have nagging injuries that often keep you from enjoying sport and life like you once did? Want to truly know FLOW in sport and in life? If this sounds relatable, then show up with professional ski athlete Lynsey Dyer for a webinar series to level UP and take action toward your highest potential. In the Showing Up with Lynsey Dyer workshop series, she will help you access and apply research backed mindset, movement and nutrition practices to optimize both your mental and physical states.