Some places seem unskateable. For much of the year, Saarijärvi, a small rural town in the middle of Finland, is buried under several feet of snow. It’s far from the most promising terrain for a skateboard addict. But Jaakko Saavalainen’s DIY attitude proves anywhere can become a skate utopia — if you’re willing to put […]
Skateboarding, art, music and snowboarding intertwine in the timeless, weird and wonderful world of Jamie Lynn. Jamie opened a door to a universe of art and inspiration when he took everything he dreamt of doing on a skateboard and applied it to snowboarding. Jamie rides and lives life on his terms and is one of the most authentic, soulful people you could ever hope to meet. The fact that Jamie has ridden for Lib Tech, Volcom, Vans and Dragon for over two decades speaks volumes on his integrity and loyalty to those who have supported him through thick and thin.
Jamie’s interview for Snowboard Magazine Issue 11.4, The Timeless Issue was as unconventional as the 41-year-old Auburn, Washington native himself. We were all over the place — from Seattle skate spots, to impromptu parking lot jam sessions, and a nature walk at his compound where we watched salmon spawn. In that space I felt free of “civilian life” responsibilities and had a taste of how this iconic human maximizes his days. To Jamie, time was irrelevant. Life, on the other hand, is another story.
Directed by Susie Floros
Cinematography: Puget Sound Creative and Susie Floros
Editing: Cody Rosenthal rosewoodoriginals.com
Additional footage: Volcom, Lib Tech, Dragon, Mike McEntire
Photography: Chris Brunkhart, Trevor Graves, Susie Floros, Dave Marx, Corey McDonald, Scott Sullivan, Tim Zimmerman, Rip Zinger
Interview shot on location: Seattle & Auburn, Washington
Music: “Our Future” by Scotty Arnold, “Souled Out” by Scotty Arnold, and “Sad Varg” by Daniel Schultz
Special Thanks: Jamie Lynn, Amelie Lafortune, Jake Hanson, Jake Garrett, Tim Stanford, Seht Huot, Pat Barraza, Jake Price, Kyle Martin, Blake Kueny, Elliott Levitt, Mike McEntire, Mack Dawg Productions
Skateboarder Magazine – Gurus in the Ganges (Full Length)
Is there a more ideal locale for skateboarding than to the teeming Kumbh Mela festival in North India which hosts what was estimated to be the world’s largest religious gathering ever recorded?
Directed, Filmed & Edited by Patrik Wallner
Hosted by the Skateboarding Magazine
Illustrations by Jesper Lindgren
Music Consultancy by Benoit Florencon
Location Assistance by Poornabodh Nadavatti (Allahabad)
& Moritz Meyer (New Delhi)
Wallap! by NSB – VX44000
from Nantes SB
Bienvenue dans la Cité des Ducs ☮ !
Featuring: Simon Jestin, Timothée De Lisle, Thibaud Egron, Armand Vaucher, Nicolas Marion, Arthur Busson, Anthony Boudard, Gabriel Engelke, Alex Priol, Alan Sanchez, Cyril Regnault, Laurent Gence, Théo Gendronneau, Grégoire Vansse, Jean Courtioux, Thomas Hervé et Mihiel Guerhane.
SKATE Melbourne with Nick Boserio
from RIDE Channel
Nick Boserio, Jon Fitzgerald, Bryce Golder, Max Couling, Jack Kirk, Matt Reilly, Sam George, Anthony Mapstone, Gabriel Summers, Casey Foley and crew give you a personal skate tour of Melbourne.
Moritz Rau in China
from Philipp Bernhardt
My friend Moritz from Switzerland came to visit me in Guangzhou for 2 weeks. Filmed in Guangzhou, Foshan and Hong Kong.
Soundtrack: James Brown – It’s a Man’s Man’s World
Sony A7II (8-15mm, 16mm, 50mm)
Tyler Howell, aka Towell, is mostly known for going way too fast on his skateboard. His smooth, powerful style while charging hairy roads is what sets him apart from other downhill skateboarders. When Towell isn’t in the hills of Santa Barbara he can usually be found at a local break working on his surfing. “Lately […]
For over 15 years now, Kyle Camarillo has been capturing epic moments of skateboard history with his photography, videography and directorial efforts.Check out one of his movies where Miles Silvas and Jack Curtin hitting the road…