Wes Phelan, a Dallas local, killing it in the streets. Additional footage by John Sullivan. Graphics by Wes Phelan. “I want to express deep gratitude for my good friend, my dude, Gino Gotelli, for being so dedicated to this project and for being patient as I trudged through the process for, to get this edit to a place we could call finished”.
“I’d also like to thank the following people for being there in the streets, cheering me on while I fought for some of these clips: Grahm Robinson, Chad Hornish, Dillon Anderson, John Sullivan, Aarin Gates Sullivan, Erik McEwen, Matt Hughart, Eric Halliman, Steven Diomampo, Danny Ross, Troy Malone, Kristian Payne, Brady Johnston and anyone else who gave their input along the way”. - Wes Phelan.
“Plano (Dallas, Texas) is where it all officially started for me. 16 years ago, I was 13 years old and turned pro winning the ASA Amateur World championship at Eisenberg Skatepark. This was my first trip ever to America”.
“A couple of months ago, my brother Fritz Peitzner knew i was heading to South America for the World Championship, so he asked me if i would join his competition: Carriers Open named after his skateshop. […] We also filmed this street section all around the Dallas City area for 7 days straight”. - Julien Cudot.
Camera: Fritz Peitzner, John Sullivan, Gino Gotelli, Chad Hornish, Eric Hallimen & Danny Ross. Editing: Fritz Peitzner. Music: Childish Gambino - This is America. Photo: Ken Awadi.
Flashback: Alex Broskow travelled to New York City, Detroit, Atlanta, Seattle, Portland, Los Angeles, Albuquerque, Phoenix, Dallas and Kansas City to bring you his Champagne part.
Alex Broskow - Champagne Section
Filmed and edited by David Sizemore and Adam Johnson. Design by Nicholas Stahl. Photography by Shawn Engler.
April 2016 - may 2017.
Filmed by David Sizemore and Adam Johnson. Edited by David Sizemore. Design by Quiet Vessel. Produced by Vibralux Media. Visit Bladingisdead.com.
Iconic Skate Spot: The legendary Dallas Kink rail in La Mesita Park. Featuring Chris Haffey, Louis Zamora, Frank Stoner, Eric Schrijn, Damien Wilson, Mike Murda Johnson, Rob Thompson, Jules le Penseur, Dustin Jones, Robert Guerrero, Jochen Smuda, Brian Shima, Brandon Mateer, Dustin Halleran, Jeff Dalnas, Brian Aragon, Montre Livingston & more.
A compilation by Scoreback (Youtube Channel).
I just spent a week in Dallas with Fritz Peitzner and what started out as work trip turned into one of the best skate trips I’ve had. Great vibes and awesome sessions fueled this into a really fun time. - Ryan Buck Strauss.
Rounding out 2017 is Jiovanni Brown from Dallas Tx. He’s the most talented rollerblader in our scene that you’ve probably never heard about.
We took it upon ourselves to flip the script and bring his skating to light. It has been a good year. Expect to see more of Jiovanni in 2018! Filmed and edited by: Troy Maimone, additional filming by Jason Reyna.
Fritz Peitzner & Troy Maimone went for a Christmas session at a new skatepark in Dallas, Texas.
What to say about Jimmy Johnson? Jimmy is a Dallas/ Fort Worth local and one of the nicest guys to blade with.
The dude is good vibes. He always seems to surprise us with some trick we weren’t expecting. It’s been a pleasure to work on this piece. Look for more out on the horizon. - Troy Maimone.
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.
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