Chrystie NYC's first commercial “Do you believe?” by Pep Kim, featuring Aaron Herrington.
Here is Pacemaker, the 5th video offering from threads. Pacemaker, was built on the concept of being more of an edit tape than skate video, a collection of the skating captured from going out with your friends over the course of a year. eatures: Nick Guertin, Cameron Dell, Jim Arnold, Randy Rhodes, Garrett Haschke, Shane Farber, James Coleman, Hartman Austin, Andrew Edge, and David Clark.
Stoked on this new video piece by our friends out in Ohio at Embassy Skate Shop. Some serious ripping in this project so you might want to watch it with a helmet and safety glasses
Our friends over at Vague mag in the UK just released a little edit of James Harris. Check it out below:
The Evisen boys just launched Koichiro Uehara's part from their new video online. Enjoy
Mike Sassano just sent over the trailer for his new video project featuring a lot of upstate NY spots. Premiering soon at HOV and hopefully dvd's following soon after. Check it out.
"Steel" is the latest video offering by master film maker Adam Bos. Amazing spot selection, sound track, skating and more. Featuring the talents of: Joshua Bos, Dylan Barnes, Ryan Desroches, Joe Yates, Evan Hay, Jake Bos, Japhey Dow, Taryn Ward, Evan Dow, Adam Kerrick, Adam Bos, Caleb Lilly, Matt Genovese, Liam Daly and Alex Furtado.
Aaron couldn't just choose one favorite skater, but we bet the two he chose aren't who you would've guessed!
The hardest thing about interviewing pro skateboarders is that unless we ask them questions directly relating to kickflips and filming video parts, we often have a hard time getting much out of them.
With Chris Jones we had the complete opposite ‘problem’: the boy wouldn’t shut up. No matter the topic. Ask him an innocent question about growing up ‘skating’ with a snakeboarder and before you know it he’s launched into a ten minute tangent about why the sport should actually be referred to as ‘street boarding’ and how ‘snakeboards’ are in fact just the first brand to popularise it… Which surprises him because so many people use them on ramps! Think that, times a two and half hour interview and you’ve got a nice little bit of editing on your hands.
My theory is that this desire to launch into elaborate conversations about literally anything has a lot to do with his curiosity. If it’s out there he wants to learn about it and discuss it. Which I guess is one of the things that makes his company so enjoyable. It’s probably also one of the reasons why he gets himself into some of the surreal situations he discusses in the following pages.
This comes across in his skating as well. Whether it’s shooting half of his interview in a city he’s never skated or sanding down and waxing up hubbas that shouldn’t grind when he’s at home: he’s always up for the mission! Which
is a pretty good way of keeping things exciting both for him and for us… Read the rest on Free Skate Mag