Quinny wanted to make sure he put out a solid promotional piece as an introduction for this new project, so he took a few weeks off and flew to Texas in effort to compile a complete street profile, showcasing the boy and his blades: “It was an awesome experience filming with Anthony Medina in Texas, such a positive dude with a great vision on how blading should look. He really has nailed it with this one and I’m excited to see what the feedback will be.” – Scott Quinn
Don’t Wake the Dreamer. A small recap of my adventures this summer in Europe. I didn’t film a lot, I mostly just tried to enjoy the experience, but this short film still ended up being over 15 minutes. I hope you find the time to watch it all.
It all started in Atlanta, Georgia for Carson Starnes competition, the A-Town Stomp. From there myself, Julian Mire, Chris Smith, and Carson headed to Europe for Summerclash and the upcoming festivities.
I traveled to Berlin, Germany for Summerclash, Copenhagen, Denmark for Roskilde, Roeselare, Belgium for Truespin Gypsy Camp, Amsterdam, Netherlands, Eskilstuna, Sweden for Zero One Six Gypsy Camp, Dumbarton, Scotland for Unit 23 Gypsy Camp, Riga & Venstpils, Latvia for Ghetto Games, Onda & Malaga, Spain, & Nuremberg, Germany for the Razors 25 Year Anniversary Party/Street Comp.
The traveling crew was always changing but I was lucky enough to spend my summer and travel with some awesome doods. Thank you all so much for everything.
For the first time since Anthony Medina’s Dag Days in 2012, Josh Glowicki and Anthony Medina were able to work on an edit together while living in Malaga, Spain. Though Ant has since returned home while Glow remains living in Malaga, the two spent a very productive month together to make this edit happen. Enjoy.
Filmed and edited by Anthony Medina. Additional Filming: Aritz Ortega & Fredrik Anderrson.