Trav­el­ing with the War­ren Miller film crew for the first time, Salt Lake City-based Dash didn’t know what to ex­pect. “[Cin­e­matog­ra­pher] Tom Day was amaz­ing,” he says. “He made me feel like I was part of the cre­ative process.” And the crew would need to get cre­ative: The 12-day trip (“Play­ing Host,” page 92) would be plagued with weather chal­lenges. At one point, the crew skinned nearly three hours, then waited another three for the weather to break. “It was so cold we built snow caves to stay warm,” Dash says. De­spite the dif­fi­cul­ties, he wouldn’t change a thing. “The peo­ple we met were won­der­ful. They made us feel like we were home.”

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