I got the chance to film with my friends from Avoriaz MTB on the opening day of the Super Morzine trails this year. I really like the style of shot I’m getting from the Ronin M camera stabiliser and of course the professional athletic voice of Neil Sharp. Hope you get to enjoy their hard work sometime this summer.
Rider et traduction | Neil Sharp | sharpography.co.uk
Film & edit | Stewart Monk | reelfunmedia.com
Cameras & equipment | Canon 5D | GoPro 3 Black | EF 24-105 | EF 15mm | Sigma 50mm | Ronin M | Peak Design Camera strap | Adobe CC | Premiere | Photoshop
Road trips are a part of normal life when you live in a town/village with no skate park.
Grab some mates, jump in a car and drive to your favorite skate park.
This video is about one of those road trips with a bunch a middle age men!
Music | Colour Code | No Fear | soundcloud.com/rootvegrecords
Camera kit: Canon 5D MKIII | 15mm Fish Eye | GoPro 3 Black | DJI F550
I was lucky enough to film with 2 of the Great British snowboard team members before the Avoriaz Snowzone closed for 2015.
Jamie Trinder + Will Gilmore were killing it after a long season of fun and training.
Thanks Treeline Chalets for supporting the mornings filming and delicious burgers and Alex Eveson for the rad tune!
The Stash Gathering is one of the last events of the season that I get to film. The event happens every year in fun spring conditions and the atmosphere is always rad! In fact, the Stash Gathering is a contest without really being a contest, the aim is primarily to gather snowboarders of all ages and all levels for a good session.
The contest program is simple, the riders and judges ride together have fun with friends and Shreddie (the mascot of the park). Not a traditional contest format, the goal is that everyone even the judges have fun and the best riders win stuff!
I got to hang out with Nathan Ball and his band in Avoriaz while the sunset for The Mountain Mavericks Sessions!
I shot the tune Fall Backwards on my own and had to battle the fading light with a 2 camera set up. We initially shot in the old Avoriaz Télécabine which is in the snow park but unfortunately the acoustics didn’t work out!
You should hear the sound of piste bashers in the distance while the light fades, making it a great experience before their gig at L’Aubergade Hotel Morzine.