Posts Tagged ‘fester’
We’re proud to introduce our new Fester Wheel’s AM Franky Irven (26, originally from Hagerstown, MD). – Fester Wheels.
I’ve had the pleasure of shooting Frank Irven skate during this edit and I have seen him push himself more and more every day.
Frank’s skating rides a line between dangerous and enjoyable to watch and it’s always an edge of your seat thriller.
His resilience, skill and commitment to skating has been long overdue for some recognition and I am personally excited to see him receive the exposure he deserves, which is why I wish to interview the man. – David Johns.
Previously: Sammy Chase, Tough Stuff Profile (2010).
Song: Bloodhound Gang – The Ballad of Chasey Lain.
Filmed by Jeremy Cloe and Brett Walters.
Song: John Maus – Quantum Leap.
He seems to already know how to make a sponsor happy, Bander came thru with his Official Fester Flow Introduction Edit.
Filmed by Sam Asken, Josiah Blee, Avery Christenson & Jonathan Roulston.
Filmed & Edited by Max Manning. Featuring Andrew Dipaolo, Chris Calkins, Gene Galang, Russell Day, Winston Wardwell. Orion Staff: Louie Zamora, Jason Kasid, Gus Mendoza, Ryan Nafsu.
Quoting Max Manning:
A quick insight to the typical weekend with Orion Live Skate Contests. This month Orion Live has teamed up with non other than Santee’s finest.
Damien Wilson and the rest of the Fester household provided us with a hell of an obstacle and a kick ass time.
We started the day off with a couple games of shoes and beers and before you know it the place was packed and the show had begun. Andrew Dipaolo actually ended up taking the throne on this one though you would never know from watching this edit.
Footage was takin in more of a fun Broll like manner rather than actually focusing on the skating itself. Wanted to kinda portray the good times we’ve been having over here at Orion while provided you all with a free online HD streamed competition.
Couple Focus Pulls were definitely a bit off as I was having some serious issues with my Zoom’s Aperture Diaphragm (It wouldn’t come out of 3.5 or 2.8) I literally had to drop my native iso back to 100 and then give it extra shutter to maintain a solid dynamic range..
Derek Henderson is a big, burly, man-blader. His skating is rugged, powerful, and badass.
Fester wheels have to be tough, durable, and able to withstand the abuse Derek puts on them. If they are good enough for him, they must be good enough for you.