Here’s a bunch of film photos from the last few years or so that never got posted, enjoy!
Over summer 2015/2016 I shot a few photos with Colony NZ rider and Auckland local Liam Marshall. Liam's a rad dude a motivated rider, so we decided to put this little mini interview together, enjoy!
Illustrated is Vans first ever full-length BMX video project. Vans NZ will be premiering the video at the Red Bull Theatre, Auckland, June 4th. Click through for the trailer and further details..
Originally hailing from Dunedin but now based out of Melbourne Australia, Clinton Smith, the owner of New Zealand BMX company Fungus Bike Co sent through this Bike Check of team rider Richard Hill's Seta.
Its become a ritual every summer to make a visit to The Wallrides which are nestled deep in the bush on the outskirts of Auckland City. With summer soon to disappear the call was made to make the journey out on the weekend just been. A small crew of Auckland riders got together along with two riders from Portland, Oregon. Here's a few photos I took on the day, enjoy!
Matt Allpress bringing the good in his 2016 BSD edit.
It’s been a while since I’ve seen some Kane O’Hagen footage, so needless to say I was stoked to see this come through the inbox this morning. This is Flow Visuals One Session with Kane O’Hagan at Otaki Skatepark. A solid little edit right here and definitely rad to see Kane still has those 720’s on lock!
The latest addition to The Black & White Files is this photo of Louis Bolter shot a few years back in New Lynn, Auckland.
Blog Love is a new segment I’m keen to get started here on Zombie this year, it will be a place to share a bunch of different BMX or Bike related blogs from around the globe.
The reason I want to do this is because over the recent years social media has been a major killer of blogs. I’m not trying to say social media is a bad thing, we all use it and we all love it, it has definitely helped progress the scene.. but on the other hand it feels like blogs which once were our main source for media are slowly dying as BMX has primarily shifted to social media.
So with this new segment I wanted to spread a bit of love around those that are still blogging and do rad things online, once in awhile I will post a new blog here that I have either recently stumbled across or have be following for a while.. And in return I hope you all find something new and motivating.
“Some dudes just bring the beast. Jordan Hango is one of ’em.”
An oldie but a goodie, Paul Moffat laying down a rather tasty table at the Woodyard in Vancouver, Canada.