ODYSSEIA is a rollerblading skatevideo by Jo Zenk filmed in may 2021 Germany. Harry Can visited Jo Zenk for a while which set the base and framework of this project. They teamed up with Borklyn Zoo superheroes Eugen Enin and Sven Ischen to combine forces on this one.
10 days of skating left us with this 10 minute piece. “10 von 10” as Eugen is shouting few times within this piece prior to knowing his prophecy would become reality in this form.
They climbed Mount Olympus to destroy the gods. Little did they know what powers they’d set free. Prophecies are made before the crew begins their odyssey into the unknown. Not knowing that they would bring the fire back into the valley.
We’ve been pretty busy the last month, filming for Eugen Enin and Sven Ischen’s newest street profile. We also visited Powerslide in southern Germany and also combined it to visit Joao Goncalves in Leipzig, see the first 2 spots.
Riders: Eugen Enin, Joao Goncalves, Georg, Sven Ischen and Jo Zenk.
Note: ÜBERSTUNDEN means overtime in german.
In Germany, Sven Ischen already made himself a name with his love for negative tricks and scary spots. The Enin brothers been following his development for quite a while and decided to work on a video with him.
The end product speaks for it self. So sit back and enjoy the Ischen Mission. We can’t wait to see his upcoming projects. Filmed and edited by Daniel Enin.
For his Remz Pro Introduction, Jo Zenk teamed up with close friends Eugen and Daniel Enin to present the new and highly anticipated Remz HR 2.0. Shot within 6 days during October 2017 in 4K on Sony A7S II and edited by Daniel Enin.
“When Daniel offered to help me shooting this project for Remz I couldn’t be happier. I had an amazing time shooting with the homies working on a productive and professional level with Daniel. It is amazing to work with people I completely trust in what they do to let me focus on my part completely and it turned into my favorite project so far. I couldn’t be happier with what he came up with and the result speaks for itself.” - Jo Zenk.