Posts Tagged ‘australia’
Tom Scofield is the newest addition to the Razors Australia Team. Street and park clips (leftovers) of Tom Scofield filmed in Melbourne, Australia. Filmed and Edited by Thomas Dalbis.
Previously: Tom Scofield: Melbourne Park, VC Edit (2014).
Directed by Thomas Dalbis. Additional Footage: Andy P. & Matt C.
Featuring Tom Scofield, Martin Gade, Josh Nielsen, Matthias Ogger, Jeremy Dalbis, Tom Sawyer, Lil Kev, Jon Fomm, Tom Coley Sowry, Austin Paz, Phill Moss, Diego Munoz, Tom Cameron & Thomas Dalbis in Melbourne (Australia).
Previously: EuroTrip (2015): Clips by Thomas Dalbis (Australia).
Vine St is a rollerblading video from Sydney, Australia, based upon the residence of 58 Vine St.
The video features full sections from Richie Eisler, Rian Arnold, CJ Wellsmore, Tien Nguyen & Mass Alhattawi ; with split sections from Simon Dorabialski, Charlie Ruckly, Craig Brocklehurst, Dom West, Jamie Knapp & James Bower.
Filmed and Edited by Dom West.
More Vine St Media: Cj Wellsmore (Remix, Richie Eisler, Extras), Rian Arnold, Friends, Simon Dorabialski & Charlie Ruckly, Mass Alhattawi, Leftovers, Part 1, 2, 3, Soundtrack, Preview, Trailer, Extras.
After severely injuring my knee a few months back and being uncertain if I could/ would skate again i decided to put together some clips from my time skating in Canberra since moving here 10 years ago.
Hopefully I’ll be able to add to it again in the future as the mind is still willing, just have to wait for the body to catch back up again. – Paul Wicke.
Gavin Drumm is a rare talent hailing from the land down under. Born and raised in Australia, he’s been at the forefront of blading for many years.
Gav has always been known for the savage smoothness in which he executes his tricks. He possesses an ever expanding trick vocabulary and his skating is excitingly unpredictable. It’s hard to know what’s coming next, which makes Gavin one of the most compelling bladers to watch.
We’re proud to finally introduce him to the team ranks. Cheers Gavin and welcome aboard. Filmed and edited by Dom West.