Posts Tagged ‘dre powell’
I’ve known Dre Powell for a long time now and have probably been filming together for the past 3 years now. While dudes been through a steady challenge of injuries and age, he still seems to never stop moving forward.
Always skating always finding new things to skate.He has a keen eye for doing odd things at sick skate spots and still holds some of the most casual and smooth styles out there. He still throw’s huge gaps and still does some of the illest mistrial tricks out there! – Max Manning.
Music video directed and edited by Gil Evans. /!\ No skating.
Produced by Spliff. Director of Photography: Max Manning.
Razors sent over USA team riders Dre Powell and Korey Waikiki along with the new Aragon 5 signature skate for the UK team to try out. After picking up the US riders we headed to Unit 23 Skatepark in Scotland.
Featuring Chaz Sands, Scott Quinn, Dre Powell, Korey “Sneaky” Waikiki, Alex Burston, Rosie O’Donoghue, Jamie Stenner & Jack Mckell.
Filmed and edited by Chaz Sands. Additional filmers: Scott Quinn, Declan Friel, Scott Riddles and Dave Summerson.
Songs: We Used To Wait – Arcade Fire. Two Weeks – Grizzly Bear.
September 2010 Repost.
Starring: Brian Aragon, Dre Powell, Julian Bah, Brent Hicks, Fabio Enes, Max Jubin & Iain McLeod.
Filmed & Edited by Brazilionaire.
What is your favorite experience while hanging out and filming for the Ground Control video?
Making the whole video has been a really cool experience—we have been blessed to travel and film all over the world again.
My favorite time filming for the video was the last time we were in France and Germany with Josh Glowicki and Fritz Peitzner.
They happened to be in Europe at the same time we were and they became our primary filmers. They were really cool dudes and made the experience really fun.
I felt like a little kid going out and skating new spots. It sucks when you are trying to make video with someone who has lots of preconceptions about what they want to do and how they’re trying to create the most epic skate video ever.
It’s nice to just go out and film, have a good time and get some good clips. That’s when you get the right stuff to make a good video. The highlight of my trip was doing topsoul five on a wire. [...]
March 2009 Repost.