Fuzz Feddersen, with former Olympic teammate, Trace Worthington, came up with the unique concept of Flying Ace Productions. It’s a business that brings gold-medal athleticism to events in a completely unique and absolutely memorable way. The Flying Ace business model gives Olympic athletes an opportunity to perform and earn money to help finance their training and competing. While the athletes certainly benefit, Flying Ace Productions audiences and clients are the big winners. Few people actually make it to the Olympics, but Flying Ace Productions provides the opportunity for individuals and organizations to experience the sport and excitement of the Olympic dream.
Along with the trampoline shows produced all over the world, and our shows at The Utah Olympic Park, Flying Ace Productions has produced many customized events for our clients. From building a snow jump for Olympian, Ryan St. Onge, to leap into a pool of slime for Nickelodeon, to a commercial shoot for Sprint using Gold Medalist Jonny Moseley. Flying Ace Productions has performed ski and snowboard exhibitions for film and photo shoots using trampolines, gymnasts, and other world class athletes.
Custom Events Recently Produced by FAP:
- (2010) “Plastics Makes it Possible” promotion using Fuzz Feddersen to film social media videos about the use of plastics in winter sports.
- (2005) Flying Ace Productions produced a show to open the only indoor ski area in Dubai, using eight athletes and building a jump with concert lighting and pyro.
- (2005) Flying Ace Productions produced and directed a show for the New York State Lottery in Lake Placid New York during the NY State Games. Skiers and Snowboarders jumping in choreographed performance off Olympic Freestyle Jumps with major pyro and fireworks. Attendance over 10,000.
- (2011) Flying Ace Productions built a float for 4th of July Parade for Canyon’s Resort. Float had a trampoline and music to allow skiers and snowboarders to bounce while float moved along parade route
About Fuzz Feddersen, President/CEO of Flying Ace Productions:
A legend in the sport of freestyle skiing, Fuzz is widely recognized as a pioneer in the sport. He competed in three Olympics (88, 92, and 94) and numerous world championships, plus he coached the 1998 U.S. Winter Olympic Aerial Ski Team to two gold medals. Fuzz tallied up over 30 visits to the podium throughout his successful career on the World Cup. He’s also been featured in many commercials and Warren Miller ski films. Fuzz was inducted into the US Ski & Snowboard Hall of Fame in the spring of 2014.
Between competitions, Fuzz performed in trampoline shows with skis and snowboards all over the country. He also performed on snow productions as a member of the Volvo Ski Team and the Budweiser Aerial Assault Team.
With his US Teammate, Trace Worthington, they produced the first ever choreographed water ramp show in Lake Placid New York in 1987. They also worked together to perform trampoline exhibitions for sponsors and other ski-related events. In 1998, they incorporated Flying Ace Productions in Park City UT and have been performing shows and producing fun events ever since.