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Jon Fromm recently graduated college, and took it upon himself to do a bit of traveling. His first stop was in Australia.
Jon was able to cruise with the local crews in Sydney, and with Razors Australia guys down in Melbourne. Be on the lookout as Jon heads next to Asia!
Main Camera: Thomas Dalbis, Jon Fromm. Additional Filming: Jenny Logue.
Previously: Jon Fromm (Florida): NBO 2014 Edit.
Dre Powell, Jon Fromm, Howie Bennett, Andrew DiPaolo, Korey Waikiki, Iain McLeod and Coco Sanchez met up in LA to put the A6 to the test. Filmed and edited by Rudy Garcia.
Previously: Brian Aragon: Do you even skate bro? Skating Clips.
Jon Fromm suffered a broken leg last June. Luckily, he managed to rest, recover and get healthy in a matter of 4 months. This is the first footage of him since being hurt.
We are glad to have Jon back up and shredding with the crew. Be on the look out for him in Barcelona, Spain where he is beginning to film for his next section as you read this. – SoFlo Roll.
Filming: George Holmquist, Justin Finley, Kenrick Chiocca, Ryan “Buck” Strauss, Safe Journey, Danny Mejia and Rob Squire. Editing: Jon Fromm. Song: Atmosphere – My Notes.
Black Sheep, Blade Tour on tour: may 25th – june 2nd (flyer). Teaser featuring Tim Franken, Jon Fromm, Eric Miller, Stefan Brandow, Sebastian Michalski & Michael Froemling.
SoFloRoll’s new segment Burnt featuring leftovers, falls & raw footage of 2012-2013.
First up is Jon Fromm. Jon has made quite a name for himself this year with DVD releases in Razor’s Children of the Future, CFR’s Feel Good Feel, Alex Beaupre’s Hope Dies Last and his newest v3 Am section for Scribe.
This is all footage Jon did not use for his sections. We hope you enjoy our new segment.
Directed by Alex Beaupre. Filmed by Alex Beaupre, Matt Genna & George Holmquist.
Song: Lupe Fiasco – Beautiful Lasers.
Previously: Hope Dies Last, Teaser by Alex Beaupre.
This piece is of this past year’s worth of footage. It captures a mixture of my final days skating in Tallahassee, FL. to my relocation in Miami.
At 31 years of age, I have been riding flow for Remz for the past 2 years. As a Remz flow rider I feel I have a responsibility to project and maintain a well rounded ability of my craft to represent the brand.
It is why I regret to announce that I feel that I can no longer maintain the level I expect from myself.
The responsibility of amateur skating has been squeezed out by higher priority responsibilities, and I will be stepping down from my spot on the Remz flow team.
I can not thank Kato, the owner of Remz skates, enough for the opportunity. The chance to have my skating viewed, critiqued, and maybe even mimicked has been a dream achieved.
This is by no means is an end to my passion but a change to the approach of my craft. In order to maintain longevity, I must plan accordingly. -Blake Taylor.