Posts Tagged ‘cesar macay’

NYC Summer Friends, Edit by Cesar Macay

Monday, October 8th, 2012

NYC Summer Friends, Edit by Cesar Macay

A Blaak Hat Production, filmed and edited By Cesar Macay. Additional Filmers: Ryan Many, Jon Lopez, Jordan Baez and Mikey Roman.

NYC Street Invitational 2012: Edit by Cesar Macay

Wednesday, September 26th, 2012

NYC Street Invitational 2012: Edit by Cesar Macay

A Blaakhat Production Shot and Edited By Cesar Macay. Additional Filming by Jon Lopez and Harry Disla (city view: Hannah).

Song: Nas – The Don.
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Val Vera: 2011 Skatelife Edit by Cesar Macay

Saturday, October 29th, 2011

val vera

quoting Cesar Macay:

Finally after filming little by little throughout our travels, summertime going into fall, myself and Val have come up with this edit to show to you all.

Another notch in the headboard will be added to the other edits I have sent your way. Val is one of the biggest reasons why I love editing.

I did his first skate edit, which was also my first, with a tiny home video camera and iMovie. Happy B-DAY VAL, you are the man and always will be. Additional Filmer: Jon Lopez.


Last Man Standing 2011 (NYC): Official Skatelife Edit

Thursday, September 22nd, 2011

Franco Cammayo

Filmed and Edited By Cesar Macay ; additional filmers: Shawn Engler and Christian Delfino.


  1. Franco Cammayo
  2. Chauncey Jenkins
  3. Jose Henriquez


Ryan Many: Skatelife Profile by Cesar Macay

Monday, September 19th, 2011

Ryan Many

I met Ryan Many about 2 years ago one day hanging with Jon Ortiz during the time Jason Staine was filming for his video Signature.

We went out shot some photos and b-roll for the video and kept linking up together afterwards to shoot some more photos of the cool weird stuff Ryan enjoys skating. One day he handed me his camera and told me to help film him.

I was down to try filming being that all I’ve done with cameras is take photos. So from then on it was “I film, you skate.” I Want to say thank you to my friend for being the one to let me use a real camera to give me a chance to learn what filming is. It’s F&*$#3N great.

For this edit we both went out for the past few months and gathered up all this footage looking and finding spots even making them in the most random places of New York City. Here it is folks, enjoy the creativity from both ends whether you like it or not.

Thanks for showing me not to ever give up in BLADING and in LIFE amigo. -Cesar Macay