Richard Quintero is a skater and video director who originally hails from Miami, Florida. Having travelled up the geographic panhandle of America’s eastern seaboard to relocate in bustling Brooklyn, New York, Quintero has become intrinsically linked with much of Converse’s recent creative output in skating, as well as filming with everyone who constitutes part of the Big Apple’s current moment in the skating spotlight.
His Videofolio views like a who’s who of skateboarding’s present-day beau monde, featuring as it does Ben Kadow, Kevin Rodrigues, Sage Elsesser, Aaron Herrington and a raft of other movers and shakers on the mean streets of NYC, Barcelona and beyond.
We’re back with episode 3 of Static IV Raw Tapes. Showcasing unused footage, 2nd angles, makes, slams and craze captured while filming for the Static IV & V videos. This episode was filmed mostly between 2010-2011 in Manhattan and features Aaron Herrington, Brian Delatore, Ben Gore, Steve Brandi, Kevin Tierney, Rich Adler, Jahmal Williams, Charlie Young, Mark Wetzel and Ralphie, aka Sponge Bob?
“Episode 2 covers all 5 Boroughs of NYC, even Staten Island and spans between the years of 2010 and 2013. During this time I was filming for both the Static IV project but also wrapping up the “Welcome to MIA” video at the same time. So Brian Delatore and Joel Meinholz were in NYC a little bit and we all filmed together with the Static crew at the same time. The line-up includes: Kevin Tierney, Ted Barrows, Aaron Herrington, Dustin Eggeling, Jahmal Williams, Brian Delatore, Yaje Popson, Quim Cardona, Jimmy Lannon, Brian Clarke, Jahmal Williams and Joel Meinholz. Dustin Eggling was still a pretty young kid in this time frame, and you can really see it in some of his clips. Brian Clarke was a late addition to the Static IV project but his footage is all so solid that he ended up having one of my favorite parts. This episode shows some of the first clips Brian started to get that made me want to include him with his own section. We are all over the place at this time, bouncing over to Staten on the ferry, training up to the Bronx and we even got a little session in at the JFK banks.” – Theories of Atlantis.
The LAST episode of the “Elkin Raw Tapes” series is here. Bringing you rugged, east coast, underground NYC skate footage for a full year now. Including footage from projects like Static IV, The Brodies, the Polar Skate Co video, Poisonous Products and more, this series comes to us straight from filmer Jeremy Elkin’s archive from 2010-2013. Now, hitting you with episode 20 the series closes out with Aaron Herrington, Kevin Lowry, German Nieves, Akira Mowatt, Jerome Campbell, Leo Gutman, Rob Campbell, Danny Supa and more. Enjoy!
This past September the Cons Team rounded up a crew and set out on an acai fueled journey through Salvador, Goiania, Brasilia and Sao Paulo, enjoy! Featuring Aaron Herrington, Raney Beres, Kenny Anderson, Mike Anderson, Brian Delatorre, Milton Martinez, Kauê Cossa, Henrique Crobelatti, Felipe Oliveira, Victor Süssekind, Renato Souza and Biano Bianchin.
If you haven’t been following this series, you’ve been seriously missing out. Now, hitting you with episode 19 if you can believe it and this one is hot! Featuring Jordan Trahan, Daniel Kim, Aaron Herrington, Kevin Lowry, Rodney Torres, Akira Mowatt, German Nieves, Leo Gutman and more. – Brought to you by Theories of Atlantis.
We blew it at some point, a film by Polar Skate Co. Composed by Pontus Alv. Featuring Nick Boserio, Emile Laurent, David Stenström, Oskar Rozenberg, Aaron Herrington, Andrew Wilson, Shin Sanbongi, Hjalte Halberg, Paul Grund, Roman Gonzalez, and Dane Brady.
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.