Posts Tagged ‘geoff phillip’

Geoff Phillip: Happy 420, Scumpire Edit (2012)

Sunday, April 20th, 2014

April 2012 Repost.

Geoff Phillip: Happy 420, Scumpire Edit

Geoff Phillip is quite the heady fellow, and that’s saying something in our world of stoney-bladers.

Not only is the man an expert on kush, he’s also a master on the blades, with technical precision and a trick vocabulary that few, if any, can match.

Tru-spins, negatives, switch spins, opposite shoulders, gaps, grinds, blunts, bongs, knifers, joints, and bubblers, the man’s got it all.

But don’t take my word for it, light up a fat jawnt, fire up this edit, and prepare for a medicinal blading journey with Geoff Phillip. -Cody Lampman.

Filmed by Mykel Fatali, additional filming by Greg Freeman and Schlosser, Fish Guys by Cody Lampman, Justin Barr, Jeremy Spira & Ian Walker.

Four-twenty, article on Wikipedia | Visit Scumpire.com.

Geoff Phillip: Quit your Life Tour, Best-of (4:19)

Saturday, April 19th, 2014

Geoff Phillip: Quit your Life Tour, Best-of

The Quit Your Life Tour. Best-of by Howie Bennett.

Why wait for 4:20? Visit Scumpire.com.

In case you missed the whole tour:

Last Stand with Geoff Phillip

Sunday, February 16th, 2014

The Quit Your Life Tour. An idea to make an edit in each city with a different camera/ filmer/ editor.

Last Stand with Geoff Phillip

This time around I decided my best bet to diversify the look and feel of this edit was to go back to the 2100, warm the colors up Las Vegas style and shoot the whole thing long lens.

Tad, Clune and I drove down to meet up with Chris Nappy and his lady at Nap’s grandparents house, with Hazen and Dan Bird to follow on the bus a couple days later.

Coming from nothing but snow and ice in Salt Lake for a week to warm sunny 70 degree Vegas was a welcome transition. Everybody got clips, and when it was time to go, I couldn’t help but stay another week in Vegas with Tony Rivituso, rounding out a full year of the QYLT by leaving Christmas Eve.

This will be the last installment of the series. Thanks for watching, and look out for a “best of” edit sometime in the foreseeable future.Geoff Phillip.

Edited by Brett Austin Walters. Filmed by Tony Rivituso, Marc Clune, Tad Tregeagle, and Daniel Bird with a Vx2100.

In case you missed the first eight stops on tour:

SLC Work Week with Geoff Phillip

Friday, February 7th, 2014

The Quit Your Life Tour. An idea to make an edit in each city with a different camera/ filmer/ editor.

SLC Work Week with Geoff Phillip

I was greeted in SLC by the Bladed and Faded boys and had a great skate at We Are One skatepark, followed by five days of struggling to find obstacles that I could still skate with my injury (a small inguinal hernia which made it difficult to jump high or sustain any sort of impact).

After those five days SLC was hit with a foot of snow, so we spent the rest of my stay there bouncing between shooting pool at the 10540 and skating We Are One.

Considering the time of year, my state of health, and having a couple clips go missing I’m really happy with the finished product. Next stop: Las Vegas. – Geoff Phillip.

Visit Bl8ordieblog.wordpress.com.

Be sure to keep your eyes out for a full video out of SLC by the Bladed and Faded this year! Edited by Manuel Rodriguez. Filmed by Manuel Rodriguez, Tad Tregeagle, Daniel Bird, Chris Olpin, Marc Clune, and Chris Nappy. Filmed on a t1i, t2i, HVX200, Canon 60D.

In case you missed the first seven stops on tour:

West Coast Trippin’ with Geoff Phillip

Monday, January 13th, 2014

The Quit Your Life Tour. An idea to make an edit in each city with a different camera/ filmer/ editor. Edited by Justin Barr.

West Coast Trippin' with Geoff Phillip

After the Denver edit, my good friend Mykel Fatali went out and got himself a new car. Naturally, we decided to go drive it around for a while.

A 10 day trip driving up the west coast, starting from Denver, stopping in Las Vegas, San Diego, Fresno, Sacramento, Portland, Seattle, ending with me staying in Boise.

We would drive a day and then skate a day, with a round trip total of somewhere around 50 hours in the car. We braved 106 degree temperatures in Vegas and even stopped by Rollerwarehouse so Myk could pick up some new V13s. Next up: Salt Lake City.Geoff Phillip.

Filmed by Mykel Fatali on a sony nex 7. Additional ender angle provided by Jonny Xmas.

In case you missed the first six stops on tour:

12 days in Denver with Geoff Phillip

Wednesday, January 8th, 2014

The Quit Your Life Tour. An idea to make an edit in each city with a different camera/ filmer/ editor.

After the Wichita trip was cut short due to James leaving on an unexpected business trip, I returned to Denver CO to film part 6 with the boys.

12 days in Denver with Geoff Phillip

I cut off all my hair, bought some new skins and started spot hunting. I skated every day, whether driving for miles with Mykel Fatali or skating around in the heart of the city with Walker, and I managed to clip up enough for this edit.

I hadn’t skated any Denver spots since my El Chupo part, so it was nice to sort of look at the city with fresh eyes and try to explore different options for the spots I already knew. The rest is a blur of kush smoke and good times with my homies in Renfer. Next up: West Coast Trip Edit.Geoff Phillip.

Edited by Mykel Fatali. Filmed by Ian Walker, Mykel Fatali, Greg Schlosser, Justin Barr and Howie Bennett. Filmed using a canon t2i, sony nex7, Panasonic hvx, and canon 7d.

In case you missed the first five stops on tour:

WA Parks: Scumpire Edit by Carter Leblanc

Wednesday, December 11th, 2013

A few park sessions with the boys.Carter Leblanc.

WA Parks: Scumpire Edit by Carter Leblanc

Featuring Gavin Fitch, Brian Long, Geoff Phillip, Mykel Fatali, Jon Christopherson, Cameron Simpson, Carter Leblanc, JT Truitt, Neil Christenson.

Additional filmers: Jon Christopherson & Derek Brown.
Scumpire: More Media | Visit Scumpire.com.

Geoff Phillip: Wheel Scene Profile (2013)

Friday, December 6th, 2013

Geoff Phillip: Wheel Scene Profile

Ever since we first saw this guy, we knew there was something very special about him. He has got such a unique approach to blading and his ability is increasing at an a rapid rate. Look forward to various features with Geoff Phillip in the near future, like this one!Wheel Scene.

Visit Wheelscene.co.uk.

Geoff Phillip: War on Wichita, by James Merrills

Friday, November 8th, 2013

The Quit Your Life Tour. An idea to make an edit in each city with a different camera/ filmer/ editor.

After five months away from my home in Denver, CO, I flew back for a few days before heading to Wichita, KS for 3 weeks with my good friend James Merrills, who had just relocated there for work.

Geoff Phillip: War on Wichita, by James Money

I was immediately blown away by the sheer amount of street practice rails, but James did a pretty good job of steering me away from them, pushing me to skate more interesting spots even if I didn’t really want to.

Wichita was a very different sort of filming experience being that it was just James and I for 90% of the filming. Coming from making the Seattle edit and the Portland edit in the same month, filming in Wichita seemed like skating on a different planet.

At times it felt like the forces of Kansas were working against me, a tornado even touched down 3 miles away! However, we reigned victorious in the end and got enough footage to make an edit. Next stop: Denver, CO.Geoff Phillip.

Filmed & edited by James Money with a DVX-100a + Opteka. Death in Wichita, Lawrence, and KCMO (photo).

In case you missed the first four stops on tour:

HD VHS: a park video by Geoff Phillip and Justin Barr

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

HD VHS: a park video by Geoff Phillip and Justin Barr

This was supposed to be one of the bonus video’s on the El Chvpo Dvd that we decided against releasing.

Filmed by the goons, edited by Geoff Phillip and Justin Barr.

Visit Scumpire.com.

Erik Bill: Edit by Geoff Phillip (2013)

Wednesday, August 21st, 2013

Erik Bill: Edit by Geoff Phillip (2013)

My pal Erik Bill was in town and we went out filming a couple evenings before i managed to crack my heel-bone.

We planned on filming about twice this much but what can ya’ do?Geoff Phillip.

Two Weeks In Portland with Geoff Phillip

Monday, July 8th, 2013

The entire idea behind the Quit Your Life Tour was to make an edit with a different filmer and editor in a different city with a different camera.

Two Weeks In Portland with Geoff Phillip

Just me, my skates, my pocket change and the good graces of the rollerblading community to get my by after I quit my job and left my home on christmas day. The day after I finished filming Seattle I took a bus to Portland and started filming for this.

Again, there wasn’t a designated filmer so every day was sort of a toss up. Against all odds the weather held true and I was almost never without somebody to blade with. I had to reuse my vx2100 / mkii setup for this edit, but I feel the added super8mm footage and my choice of color correction gives the section a different enough feel.

My favorite part about this piece is the music, though. A year prior I spoke with my good friend and former rollerblading stunt man Sean McCauley about making a track specifically designed for my skating, and what resulted was better than I imagined. Next stop: Wichita, KS.Geoff Phillip.

Filmed by Christmas, MZA, Ben Schwab, Dustin Jamieson, Dast and Jon Copeland.
Song: Radiant Blood – Worth. Visit Scumpire.com.

In case you missed the first three stops on tour:

16 days with Geoff Phillip (Seattle): B-Roll

Thursday, June 6th, 2013

B-Roll edit following the 16 days with Geoff Phillip post.

My idea for the Quit Your Life Tour was to make an edit in each city I visited with a different camera/ filmer/ editor.

I left my home and job in Denver on christmas day for the northwest. The third stop on tour was Seattle, WA filming with my good friend Carter LeBlanc for 16 days.

16 days with Geoff Phillip (Seattle)

Seattle in the spring can be very very wet though, and we had been planning this trip for over a year. I patiently bided my time filming in north Idaho, watching the weather in Seattle and waiting.

As soon as I saw a couple days of sunlight in a row, I hit the road. My luck couldn’t have been better, and we ended up making what I like to think of as my best profile yet.Geoff Phillip.

In case you missed the first two stops on tour:

Next up: Two Weeks in Portland. Main Camera: Carter LeBlanc, additional Filming: Derek Brown & Gavin Fitch. Edit by Carter LeBlanc & Derek Brown.











Pages: 1 2 Next