Posts tagged “Johan Stuckey

Cosmic Vomit 2 Trailer

Here is the trailer for Cosmic Vomit 2, which is coming your way December 20th, 2012. Just one day before the new Creature video and the impending Armageddon. Cosmic Vomit 2 is a skateboarding film documented on VX1000 and VHS cameras featuring the skating of Johan Stuckey, Bert Wootton, Blake Carpenter, Jesse Alba, Nolan Benfield and Bryce Mandel as well as Justin Fuller, Jack Moran and Andrew Considine.


SPREADtheGOOD | Full Video

SPREADtheGOOD is a full length skate video by David Stoessel, released in April of 2011 and features about 75 % of the rippingest skaters from Florida. Featuring: Nick Zizzo, Kevin Shealy, Randy Okolichany/Matt Blas, Dylan Perry, Friends 1, Friends 2, Friends 3, Carlos Mendez/Joe Storm, Daniel Delanois, Alex Tatum/Ryan Ward, Chris Freistat/Charlie Cassidy, Tyler Bolar, Aaron Collier, and Travis Ehrlund.Friends Section In Order Of Appearance: Tj Harris, Aaron Falin, Salomon Cardenas, Abdias Rivera, Andrew Considine, Brian Slattery, Juan Ordonez, Nick Nifakos, Dalton Dern, Brandon Rasouli, Josiah Gatlyn, Ryan O’Connor, Thomas Burke, Tj Gaskill, Johan Stuckey, Justin Fuller, Paul Sakoff, Blake Carpenter, Bert Wootton, Grant Yansura, Dorian Warneck, Nile Osborn, Ryan Rullman, Daniel Arias, Paul Calvani, “Jazz” Brian Peter Leeb 3rd, Derek McLean, Marcel Mullet, Matt Ramsey, Troy Ansley, “Duck” Josh Hardin, Wyatt Woodward, Timmy Knuth, Zak DePiero, Matt Jay, Alex Mill, “Jersey” Matt Block, Rysean Goods, Danny Dorsa, “Tons” Alex Wolslagel, Chris James, Sean Shakespear, Devin Jacoviello, Alex Rodriguez, Joe Yates, Derek Elmandorf, Troy Betances, Cody Lucas, Jerry Cadet, Will Colazzo, Jereme Knibbs, “Darkness” Mike Barnes, Paul Torrento, and Bobby Maher. Additional Filming By: Tyler Ross, Juan Ordonez, Tyler King, Jack Turner, Chris James, Joe Flannery, Derek Elmendorf, Jeremy Katz, TJ Gaskill, Jordan Gibo, Rob Ratner, Josh Cronje, Miguel Valle, Wyatt Woodward, Grant Yansura, Eamon Ford, Tommy Bohn, Jesse Silva, Keven Perez, Josh Hardin, Chris Burt, Josh Miller, Aaron Randi, Jack Morgan, Stephen Buggica, Joe Face, Dean Antoniou, Daniel Wheatley, Connor Albu, and Johnny Marszal. Enjoy!

Filmed and Edited by David Stoessel.

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Brad Cromer in Los Angeles

Sick new footage of Brad Cromer on a recent trip to L.A. with guest appearances from fellow HUF team riders: Dan Plunkett, Keith Hufnagel, and Johan Stuckey. Brad’s style is one of the best in skateboarding.

Filmed and Edited by Martin Reigel.


Mind’s Eye: Ben Kilpatrick

Being a photographer myself, I am constantly checking out other photographer’s work. There are a ton of really good photographers out there, but, it is only once in a while that you come across a photographer’s work that just blows your mind. I recently discovered Ben Kilpatrick’s photography…and, Ben’s work is definitely “Mind-Blowing” caliber. I have been wanting to do a feature on the mag from time to time, showcasing photographers, filmers/ videographers, artists, and their work, so I figured this was the perfect opportunity to start. I contacted Ben with my idea and he was stoked on it, so here we go!
 
The name of this new feature is “Mind’s Eye”. The “mind’s eye” was a term that Ansel Adams used to describe the ability to visualize the final image before even shooting the photograph. This type of “sixth sense” ability, I believe, translates across all disciplines of art, and is the sign of a truly talented artist. – Nicks
 
“In my mind’s eye, I visualize how a particular… sight and feeling will appear on a print. If it excites me, there is a good chance it will make a good photograph. It is an intuitive sense, an ability that comes from a lot of practice.” – Ansel Adams  
 
All Photographs © Copyright Ben Kilpatrick Photography
 
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Matt Macmillen, Frontside Hurricane.

 My name is Ben Kilpatrick. I am from Tallahassee, Florida and have recently made the big move to New York City. If you live in Florida and haven’t skated in Tallahassee you need too. Really underrated! So many good spots, and most barely touched! I’m currently sitting in the dungeon room in my rad ass cousins apartment missing my moms amazing cooking/baking and my awesome friends back home. waaah wahhh. haha. Trio for life! 

Jerry Yates, Backside Kickflip.

  Anyways, my mom bought me a little point and shoot camera in 12th grade to take pictures of all my friends and stuff during the last few months of school. I used it a lot and really enjoyed it inside and outside of school. A few years later i decided to start saving up for a dslr and bought an entry-level canon. I was hooked. I worked overtime all summer that year and bought a few lenses and a flash. Since then I have upgraded a few times. I’m currently using a Canon 5D and 1DIII for cameras. For lenses I’m using a 10-17 Fisheye, 17-40L, 35L, 50 (1.4), 70-200L. I also have a variety pack of flashes. Dudes keep knocking over my sunpak 120j’s so I’ve just got to settle for the cheaper flashes. I have been shooting for about 4 years now. 

Eby Ghafarian, Window Frame 50-50 to fakie.

   The most inspiring person always points back to my mom. She is a damn hard worker and is extremely motivated to do what she loves. So that keeps me motivated to push myself. Eby Ghafarian (owner of Naysayer Skateboards www.naysayerskateboards.com) is another inspiration for me too. He has a ton of drive and uses his long hair and vegan powers to skate 15 hours a day, stay up until 5 am working on stuff and then sleeping for 2 hours and doing it all over again. He is not human. No lie. And then you have ill ass photographers like Bradford, Herzmann, Ying, and others. Shout outs to Tallahassee! – Ben Kilpatrick

Richard Quintero, Frontside Tailslide.

 Make sure you check out more of Ben’s amazing work at www.benkilpatrick.com and stay up to date with all of his adventures at www.benkilpatrick.tumblr.com. Also, be sure to pick up a copy of the June 2011 issue of Thrasher Magazine on shelves now, and check out Ben’s Skater’s Eye!

Johan Stuckey, Frontside 5-0.
 
Apparently, Ben is also a naturally talented filmer as well. In his last few months being in Tallahassee, Ben compiled so much footage with his GoPro filming all of his friends that he decided to put it all togther into a homie video entitled Panhandlers. Take a look at Jerry Yates and Matt Macmillen’s parts.
 
 
 

561 to NYC: Intro & New York Section

This is the first part of Colin Read’s 561 to NYC. Full-Length DVD and online release are dropping soon…stay tuned to Mandible Claw for all of the updates and info.


561 to NYC

561 to NYC is the latest independent film from Colin Read, the mastermind behind Mandible Claw. Just like Mandible Claw, 561 to NYC is guaranteed to be another underground east coast killer. Floridians like Jimmy Lannon, Johan Stuckey, and Billy Rohan will be representing the Sunshine State with some serious shredding. 561 to NYC will be premiering in Gainesville, Florida on April 15th and in Stuart, Florida at 561 Skate Shop on the 16th. Check the Mandible Claw Blog for all of the details.

Check out the teaser:


HUF Footwear Tampa Footage

HUF Footwear team riders Brad Cromer, Nate Broussard, Johan Stuckey, & Christian Willis put together a little “Tampa Montage” video while they were in town last weekend for the Tampa AM. Check out a few photos also. Very nice!