Posts Tagged ‘bryan bell’

Fast Shoes (T-Bones Films, 1996): Bryan Bell, Jose Cuervo & Roadhouse Section

Wednesday, September 10th, 2014

Bryan Bell . November 30, 1977 – September 1, 2014 (RIP).

Fast Shoes (T-Bones Films, 199x)

A film by Craig Caryl and Evan Stone. T-Bones Films: Full Videos.

My Daily Routine by Bryan Bell (199x): Full Video

Sunday, September 7th, 2014

An oldschool skate video by T-Bone Films, guest editor: Bryan Bell (RIP).
2010 + 2011 Repost + Video Rehost.

My Daily Routine by Bryan Bell (1990)

Bryan Bell‘s late 90s video “My Daily Routine” is a certified classic. It’s the perfect place to kick off a column about blade treasures from the past.

“My Daily Routine” looks exactly like what it is, a bunch of friends going out and fucking around with a video camera. It makes skating look like a lot of fun and doesn’t take itself too seriously. It is full of shots filmed with poorly-sized fisheye lenses, lines on small ledges and benches, 360s off of curbs, graffiti, break dancing, booty shakin, boozing, fights, enough mushroom blading to make those guys from Vancouver proud, homemade bombs, and plenty of other shit to make your mom upset that she bought it for you.

All of that B-roll helped keep the video interesting and added to the flow of it. It was always a favorite of my friends that didn’t blade… […] Full Article on One.

Full Video: Playlist on Youtube. With sections of Louis Zamora, Eric Schrijn, Josh Petty, Champion Baumstimler, Bryan Bell & more.

Brian Bell: Rest in Peace

Friday, September 5th, 2014

Bryan Bell. November 30, 1977- September 1, 2014 (RIP).

Brian Bell: Rest in Peace

We have just received the very sorrowful news that Bryan Bell who had been missing for almost a week, has died in a sudden and tragic way. This was, of course, unexpected and has left his family and friends devastated.

Bryan’s parents, who are serving as missionaries in Belize, were able to come home to be with their family and join them in the search of their son because of the overwhelming and generous giving of family and friends. On the day of their arrival in San Diego they were informed that Bryan’s body had been located in San Diego Bay and that his identity had been confirmed by the San Diego Medical Examiner.

Now the family has the added concern of a proper burial for Bryan. Bryan was the friend of hundreds of people around the world as a result of his career as a professional inline skater. His early videos of the sport captured the spirit and culture of the skating community. Bryan also made many friends through his music and art. He seemed to excel at everything he attempted. But perhaps his best gift was the friendship and unselfish love that he gave to all.

With your help and support we can pay tribute to our good friend, Bryan Bell, and lay him to rest in a respectful and honoring way.

Youcaring.com/donate-to-help-pay-for-bryan-bell-s-funeral.
Bryan’s memorial service will be on Thursday, September 11 at 5pm (more infos).

Bryan Bell is Missing

Friday, August 29th, 2014

Bryan Bell is Missing

SAN DIEGO – California Highway Patrol officers are investigating the disappearance of a La Mesa man, who left his car running on the Coronado Bridge early Wednesday.

Authorities are not sure if 36-year-old Bryan Bell jumped or hitched a ride. Investigators said Bell had been followed by a driver from the East County after being involved in a hit and run accident . The driver called 911 and eventually contacted CHP officers at the bridge toll booth. […]

Video + article on Fox5sandiego.com

If you have any informations of where Bryan Bell is or if you have seen him since august 26, please call (760) 547-3312.

Facebook page: Facebook.com/helpfindbbell.

Jacob Juul’s 2012 Cali Chronicles ft Bryan Bell

Wednesday, February 8th, 2012

Jacob Juul's 2012 Cali Chronicles ft Bryan Bell

“Our plan was to make some video updates for our time here in Cali, but with our little oldschool HD style camera it’s hard to get to the standards.

With help from Mike Tseng, who filmed second angles with his GoPro, we found some cool spots sometimes hidden from most street skaters over here (who use absurd amont of wax by the way).

The plan for this second part was to make something different, not your usual skate edit.

We wanted to give it a lifestyle feel and with Bryan Bell’s help I think we did it. And as we are living in our car, hotel on wheels, you can probably guess that we are kind of on a low budget, so the last part was to make Kato turn his office in to a studio.

Hope you guys will enjoy and we’ll try making a new video update soon if we don’t fall in our black hole.”Jacob Juul.

By Jacob Juul & Joel Hoffmeier ; additional filming by Mike Tseng ; soundtrack by Bryan Bell & Jacob Juul.