Back in 2016 I went to San Antonio, TX to film with Ian Freunscht for the full length I was working entitled Moments In Time.
While out there stacking clips with him, Kevin Little, Jacob Cantu, and Jaquan Owen came out and sessioned with us. This is the project that followed from filming with those dudes! Enjoy! - Brandon Andersen.
Showcasing only a portion of the Dallas rollerblading scene. Additional filming by Jason Reyna and John Sullivan. More to come soon. Keep it Rolling!
Song: Mystic Braves - Hanging Round.
To most, turning pro in blading doesn’t mean much. To most, pursuing this sport wasn’t feasible. To me, this means the world. It’s an honor to ride at this level for a brand that I’ve admired and respected for the last 10 years of my life. All I can say is thank you to all the people who’ve supported me and believed in me. Also, a special thanks to my parents who let me follow what I always loved. Special Thanks: Family, My GF, SoFlo, ATL blade fam, and new SD fam. - Jon Fromm.
Main Camera: Patrick Andersen. Additional Footage: Ryan “Buck” Strauss, Justin Eisinger, John Lyke, Derek Hall, Cavin Le Macon. Titles: Pablo Porta. Edit: Brandon Andersen.
Brady Creek Johnston with some clips from a few sessions. He is my favorite person to blade with and you can see why in his blading. - Troy Maimone.
Filming: Troy Maimone, John Sullivan & Jason Reyna. Edit by: Troy Maimone. Song: Useless Eaters - Addicted to the blade. Photo
Footage compiled in Dallas, TX during the years of 2005 to 2009, which ended up in the videos 2Feet to Fade Nation’s Green. Shot - Lonnie Gallegos. Keep your eyes peeled for F33T.5. - Chris Farmer.
Summers in Georgia are not something to be taken lightly, the weather is very spontaneous and you never know what mother nature is going to throw at you next. Patrick and myself both put in a huge amount of effort to make this project come together so quick (over the course of 4 days).
A mix between him not falling on a single trick and myself having a vision for how I wanted this piece to come out made the process so much easier. We both were motivated to make everything right and some tricks were done three and four times so we could get a slow motion angle on the Zhiyun Gimbal or so we could capture a photo for promotional needs.
Carrying roughly 25lbs of gear in the midst of a Georgia summer definitely had it’s challenges but, we were out for perfection and nothing was going to stop us! Filmed on location in: Dunwoody, Macon, Grayson, and LilburnShot on Sony fs100 & Sony a6300 (Zhiyun Crane V2). Shot and edited by: Brandersen.