"I'm OK, I'm OK," Collinson says in the footage.
"I was skiing down pretty fast, but totally reasonable speed for what I normally do, and I hit some icy, chunky snow and it kind of bounced my ski around," Collinson told ABC News' Good Morning America. "This happens to us a lot but in this case it kind of bumped my ski up above me to my left and my body kept going down to my right and then that's when I started falling."
Collinson said she suffered minor injuries to two fingers during her fall.
"At first I was trying to slow myself down with my arms, but then once I started picking up speed I realized that I was going to be falling for a while and the snow was icy and there was big icy snowballs," she said. "As I was tumbling, I covered my face and protected my head with my arms and I kind of just held on until I stopped."
Fellow skier Ian McIntosh previously appeared in a video released by Teton of a similar fall on a Neacola Range slope. McIntosh, who was also filming for Paradise Waits at the time of his fall, said he was also able to evade serious injuries.