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Anonyme Video featuring Fabio Enes, Tyron Ballantine, Antony Pottier, Jacob Juul, Diego Guilloud, Adrien Anne & Julien Cudot.
Trailer II - December 2012.
Featuring (in order of appearance): Jason Segeleski, Kevin Lapierre, Julien Cudot, Diego Guilloud, Adrien Anne, CJ Wellsmore, Franco Camayo, Nicolas Auroux, Tyron Ballantine, Roman Abrate, Antony Pottier, Clement Milot, Allan Beaulieu, Stephan De Freitas, Max Iangaev, Jacob Juul, Fabio Enes, Josh Glowicki, Danny Jensen.
Trailer I - September 2012.
Song : Chinese Man – Stand. Thanks White Trash (forums).
Filmed by Sonny Leandex, Jonas Hansson, Alex Popovic & Jacob Juul. Edited by Jacob Juul.
By Jacob Juul & Joel Hoffmeier. Additional filming by Mike Tseng, Steve Steinmetz, and Kato. Previously: Jacob Juul’s 2012 Cali Chronicles ft Bryan Bell.
Checking in again with a new update from South California, San Diego, where on our Chronicle tour. We have been meeting so many new friendly people around here, and staying open minded gives us the chance to meet people and sometime stay at their house, all around the SD area.
They all get so interested when we tell them we are from a little Scandinavia country and things are way different, and I agree they are, but it hasn’t stopped us form getting into a big bubble of great experience. Time flies when you’re having so much fun.
After staying in SD for a week we already knew our way around, and if you’re not picky with spots it’s not hard to find something by yourself. It’s like the california dream for any European skater. We were still where lucky that one of the locals threw a BBQ in Otay park because there we got to meet many more skater friends (and collect phone numbers) [...].
Soundtrack by Daan Hegt & Jacob Juul.
- Montre Livingston, Carnage Anti. 47mm 101a.
- Montre Livingston, Carnage Wheels. 59mm 93a.
- Jacob Juul. 59mm 93a.
“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.
Filmed & edited by Jonas Hansson.
It is hard to believe that this man has been injured more less for the last two years. The only thing i can say is: Jacob Juul!
This was captured on the 29th of november on a cold windy scandinavian winter day session with a Panasonic GF3.
October 31, 2011. Leftover footage by Jonas Hansson.