More Elkin Raw Tapes to spice up your bland Tuesday in the office. Jeremy Elkin was filming non-stop in NYC from 2010-2013 working on several video projects including The Brodies, Static IV, the Polar video and more. And he blessed us with mountains of raw footage from that era, capturing an amazingly eclectic view of the NYC skate scene. This episode comes with extra fire and an amazing line-up including Hjalte Halberg, Billy McFeely, Andre Page, Dave Caddo, Aaron Herrington, Louis Tolentino, Leo Gutman, Akira Mowatt, Paul Seaholm, Josh Velez, German Nieves and Rob Campbell. – Theories Of Atlantis
Jordan Trahan, Aaron Herrington, Daniel Kim, Akira, Billy McFeely, George Hanuschak and more carry us through another awesome Elkin Raw Tapes episode, capturing the raw, behind the scenes and second makes of clips from the making of Static IV, The Brodies, Poisonous Products and more.
In case you thought we were stopping at 10 episode, you were gravely mistaken. We’re back with another new episode of the Elkin Raw Tapes feature. And this week’s episode is extra fiery with an amazing mix of skaters including Dustin Eggeling, Aaron Herrington, Jimmy Macdonald, Jason Spivey, Akira Mowatt, Rob Campbell, Kevin Lowry, Jason Carroll and Brian Clarke. Enjoy! – Theories of Atlantis
Philosophy is back with one of your favorite skaters, Aaron Herrington. Aaron talks about starting Chrystie with his friend Pep, living in NYC, conspiracy theories, bad tattoos and many other ramblings.
We’re back for Raw Tapes Tuesdays, with a hefty helping of raw NY street footy from Jeremy Elkins archive. This week’s episode features a solid offering of rad clips from an amazing line-up including Ryan Lay, Jason Spivey, Danny Falla, Leo Gutman, Aaron Herrington, Daniel Kim, Jimmy Macdonald and German Nieves.
Another dope episode of the Elkin Raw Tapes comin’ at you with a really eclectic mix of personalities including Fred Gall, Jason Spivey, Daniel Kim, Joseph Delgado, nearly a full part of Aaron Herrington, Chris Teta, Joel Meinholz, Billy McFeely and more!
Elkin Raw Tapes is back to hype up your Tuesday with some grimey, filthy raw street clips. This new episode features a gaggle of footy from the making of The Brodies, Poisonous Products and Static IV with amazing talents of Aaron Herrington, Brian Delatorre, Akira, Kevin Tierney, Joseph Delgado, Kevin Lowry, Pedro Garboza, Leo Gutman, Jimmy Macdonald and a lot more. Fire it up.
Elkin Raw Tapes are back again for round 3! This week’s episode includes Daniel Kim, Jimmy Macdonald, Billy Rohan, Tony Manfre, Joseph Delgado, Aaron Herrington, Billy Rohan, Rodney Torres, Leo Gutman and more. Brought to you by Theories of Atlantis.
Elkin Raw Tapes are back for round 2 and Jeremy has a gloriously random mix of faces in the mix for you this time around including Ryan Lay, Joseph Delgado, Aaron Herrington, Brian Delatore, Kevin Tierney, Dustin Eggeling and more. Enjoy! Brought to you by Theories of Atlantis.
Introducing a new weekly series on TOA, the Jeremy Elkin Raw Tapes Episodes, presenting raw footage and outtakes from Elkin’s archives from the making of The Brodies, Poisonous Products, Static IV, Polar Skate Co’s “I Like it Here Inside My Mind Don’t Wake Me This Time”, 5Boro’s “Join or Die” and more. This episode features Aaron Herrington, Quim Cardona, Leo Gutman, Jack Sabback and German Nieves…….enjoy!
LA Days is a film composed by Pontus Alv and Ben Chadourne Edited by James Cruickshank celebrating the Converse Cons X Polar Skate Co. Jack Purcell Pro and featuring Cons and Polar riders Aaron Herrington, Jonas Skroder, David Stenström, Paul Grund, Roman Gonzalez, and Dane Brady.
New York is a cold-hearted bitch. She’s the prettiest girl you’ve ever laid eyes on that you know could break your heart at any moment. There’s a price to pay and it’s not just on the price tag. You wake up at war with the world and then the buzz of the battlefield rings around the clock. To skate through New York is one of the most exhilarating but exhausting experiences. Before you know it you’re too tired from skating to the spot to actually skate the spot. People are in your way everywhere and they all need something from you. The biggest police force in the country is out for you too. You gotta hustle just to exist in New York and excelling relies on the stars aligning. The most dramatic weather has trampled the urban jungle and it’s riddled with cracks, potholes, glass, rubbish and weather-beaten asphalt. The character of the city is undeniable but you gotta have just as much heart as The Big Apple itself to keep your head up. “There are so many cities out there with similar energy, but skating in NYC is amazing because of the people, the food, the energy, and the spots of course. It’s not always the easiest place to go skate and be productive, but just being on your skateboard, you get to see the city in a way normal people would not.”