This edition of Raiders of the Archives features former pro-skater, filmmaker, photographer Greg Hunt to coincide with his feature photo portfolio in the latest issue of Skateboarder Magazine. Greg has made some of the biggest and best videos of the past ten years including The DC Video and Alien Workshop’s Mindfield. Greg is currently working for Vans and their upcoming video project.
Following up Skateboarder Magazine’s first episode of our new video series “In the Editing Bay” with Nike SB’s Jason Hernandez, here we have Jason answering questions from our followers on Facebook and giving some good tips on filming and editing.
Our exclusive Vans Pool Party practice featuring Cab, McGill, McClain, Bucky, El Gato and more.
Nyjah Huston goes behind-the-scenes with an exclusive interview, discussing some of the worst slams and best tricks of his video part, “RISE & SHINE”.
Check out more footage of Gonz and the rest of the Adidas team skating in Brazil.
Mikey Taylor gets another first try warm up clip out in the streets. Who warms up with a line like this?
Aquil Brathwaite and friends Nick Tucker, Sebo Walker and more rip up Stoner Plaza.
Darksliding hamrails, pushing fast as hell, Slash has a new trailer up for the Deathwish video.
Former Flip and NikeSB filmer, Kurt Hayashi let’s us raid his basement that houses such gems as a giant Lance Mountain painting, classic Gonz photos and more.
The bros over at Bro Style put on a rad BBQ and demo at the Westchester Skatepark presented by Active. Check out Leo Romero, Matt Bennett, Taylor Smith, Trevor Colden and more putting it down for all the kids.
Check out photos & video of Andrew Reynolds, Leo Romero, Ed Templeton and more.
Real Skateboards known associate Alex Midler is a street ripper at only 12 years old. Alex is an upstanding little man. He’s come out and supported both of our Make-A-WIsh events and even did his own roll-a-thon for the Johnnykickscancer foundation. We’re stoked to see him killing it on and off the board. Go Alex!