Featuring: John Vossoughi, Cameron Talbott, Miguel Ramos, Kay Luz, Jeremy Raff, Brandon Smith, John Bolino, Ivey Rose & Danny Malm. Filming and editing: Jeremy Raff. Color: Edwin Rodriguez. Music: Panda Bear.
Street Comp - 17 & UNDER INLINE
Mini Ramp Comp - 17 & UNDER INLINE
Street Comp - INTERMEDIATE INLINE
Mini Ramp Comp - INTERMEDIATE INLINE
Street Comp - WOMEN’S INLINE
Mini Ramp Comp - WOMEN’S INLINE
Street Comp - PRO INLINE
Mini Ramp Comp - PRO INLINE
Street Comp - 17 & UNDER QUAD
Mini Ramp Comp - 17 & UNDER QUAD
Street Comp - INTERMEDIATE QUAD
Mini Ramp Comp - INTERMEDIATE QUAD
Street Comp - ADVANCED QUAD
Mini Ramp Comp - ADVANCED QUAD
Got the pleasure to attend the quads and blades event at the compound out in Maryland, hosted by Emily Lady Q and Cameron Card. Shouts to Rollerchicken and friends and many skaters gather and skated the mini ramp and street course. had a great experience to meet and great other skaters. Thanks for watching. - Hyper Mike.
Featuring skaters (not in order): Lady blader, Cameron Card, Clark Kirk, Angie bender, Shawn Rodriguez, Madison, Falcone, Tina, Theresa, Rollingking, New Vision Photography - kiko, Andrea V, Edna, Bert, Kay, Christa, Eli, Kenny Kick it, Yender, Neda G, Bamboozle, Dolphin, Sarette, Jimmy G & Lockett Fam.
The Compound: 1999-1901 Old Liberty Rd W, Westminster, MD 21157 | More Infos.
Introducing Rose Crooks, Part owner of “Brunny Hardcore” and one of the best roller shredders in New Zealand.
I’m 40 years old, been skating for over 30 and rolled more last year than I have any other year for the last 20 and am a more capable skater now than I have ever been. My longstanding self-imposed rule is to land at least one trick at each place I go that I haven’t done there before and I’ve been skating so often lately that since the beginning of July every time I had wheels on, even if I didn’t film a trick, I made a habit of getting a clip of my feet everywhere I went to keep track of my adventures.
A lot of my maneuvers were posted my social media story and a bunch ended up in the two videos I submitted for the inline and quad skatepark edit contests I took part in, after my elbow injury derailed my plans, but I finished the year with so much material that I decided to do something I’ve never done: make a big compilation of my footage. I’ve never had a legitimate “section” or profile more than a minute or so long, so this is somewhat of a milestone for me.
My girlfriend Casey has had a massive influence on my skating as far as where, when, how and what I skate in, which is everywhere, frequently, clean and sometimes in quad skates. She holds me accountable for sloppy landings and I am lucky to have her around, and she filmed a bunch of this along with Joe Stuart, Darcy Raine, Callum Cochrane, Paul Kreutzer, Matt Caratelli, Nick Petropoulos, Garry Manfroid, Phil Campbell, Zac Hutchings, Keeks Vaughan, Corey Neil, Hannah Valante, Danni Ducci, Simon Kelly, Josh Clarke, Varun Jani, Khrys Nadstazik, Leeroy Jenkins, Cam Vilnis Lawrence, Trent Phillips, Liv McNamara, George Sarantoulias, Ben Child, Glen Beardmore and Johan at Junction Skatepark YMCA. Many thanks to all of these people.
The audio bites at the start were lifted from hugely influential Videogroove blade films from my teenage years; The Bottom Line (the late street skating legend Bryan Bell saying “Groove one!”), VG6 (long bit about world peace) and VG4 (“Sit back, turn up the volume…"), the disclaimer screen was used in VG6 and VG7 and the trumpets from a Gorilla Biscuits record and the Karma To Burn song that I used were both borrowed from the beginning of VG3 as well as the use of the spilt-screen technique. I’ve been wanting to use this track for something for a long time and I was sad to hear that the guitarist Will Mecum died last year; RIP. Big thanks to my filmmaking hero and friend Dave Paine for the videos that inspired and influenced a generation, and thanks to my shop sponsor for over a decade, Bayside Blades, for supporting me and my whole community. I truly hope you get a kick out of this, my 2021 showreel.
Brought to you by @Sk8TL_Official | @RollATL | @Branders3n. Gravity explores the massive uprising of blading and quads in Atlanta. “I was first introduced to the idea of this project through our infamous Thursday night skates which have attracted upwards of 100 people all coming out every Thursday night to enjoy a simple passion. It was at my first Thursday Night that made me realize that Atlanta has formed this amazing community, someone needed to document it and share it!" - Brandon Andersen.