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Ages ago, back in a far away time remembered only as October 2010, a group of production technicians traveled from the gloom of the UK to the majestic valleys of Tehachapi, CA, home of Woodward West.
They came with their fancy broadcast gear and a special remote-controlled “helicopter” to film three of the best bladers in the world, skating some of the best facilities in the world, in stunning 3D for a series on Discovery Channel 3D.
Determined to see just what this expedition was all about, ONE made the trek up into the desert to check out the process, see the gear, and document the whole affair. Here’s what we saw. — ONE
In 2009 when i left London i travelled through America for 3 months just shooting skating. Started in Texas, then to Detriot, Kansas, Arizona and California. I shot so much in Arizona i’m splitting it up in 2 parts.
Arizona is an amazing place. The skateshop owners are amazing. Revolution Skateshop has changed everything in Arizona. Starting a skateshop builds scenes. It gets new kids into the scene and gives them a place to hang out and is such an amazing step forward for rollerblading.
James and Gretchen are awesome people to hang out with so go visit them if you ever get the chance. I had the pleasure of staying with them for 2 weeks. [...]
Last Supper by Luis Villalpando
In the Christian Gospels, the Last Supper was the last meal Jesus shared with his Twelve Apostles and disciples before his death. The Last Supper has been the subject of many paintings, of which that by Leonardo da Vinci is perhaps best known.
Victor Legrand by Samsofy
Stefan Horngacher, Leap of faith by Samsofy
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So, your “Fade Nation Green” section was off the hook. Do you think it’s your best section so far?
Thank you man. I like to think any section I put out is better than the last. That’s my goal at least. I am really happy with it. Usually when I film a section, I plan all the spots and I’m kind of in charge of what I’m trying to do. For green, I didn’t really plan anything. I just went wherever Lonnie would want to go, so it was nice for a change and I definitely skated stuff I don’t normally skate.
I know you’re juiced about your photo being published in the newest ONE issue. Was that a long time goal coming to life?
Yeah, I’m super happy about that. I grew up reading Daily Bread and most of the people I skated with were in it. So, since ONE took DB’s place, it is a big accomplishment for me. [...]
Check the full Blade Life: Interview with Jeremy Soderburg.
Interview by Gregory Preston ; Photos by Jonathan Labez.
For more than six months, we (R-A-D) met up once a week to make rollerblading shine on this one day with the Scandinavian Real Street Contest (SRSC). The finals of the street contests in all of Scandinavia.
As I walked the course of the first spot, with fellow friends and colleagues in the association R-A-D, I couldn’t help but feel the excitement of what was going to happen. I tried, as all skaters do, to imagine lines people might do in this architectural masterpiece called Ice-Hills. [...]
After an exhausting week of work filled with many sleepless nights, it was finally time to make the journey to the annual Popularity Contest in the province of trees, mountains, marijuana and environmental activists otherwise known as British Columbia.
Jeremy Macht and I left the city of Calgary, Alberta, around noon, filling the car with as much camera and blading gear as possible. The original plan was to make it from Calgary to Kelowna in the least amount of time, and then Friday head up to Kamloops to meet with all our friends…
1st: Dustin Jamieson
2nd: Daniel Davidson Pilon (aka DP)
3rd: Matt Garrity
Best Trick: Leon Basin
Best Line: David
Most Progressed: Eli Vuong