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.
Filmed & Edited by Waylon Bone.
Josh Stewart discusses growing up in Florida, picking up his first video camera, being asked by Jamie Thomas to go on a “Welcome to hell” tour, filming “Cigar City”, his first “Static” video, making the Adio video “One Step Beyond”, deciding to make more “Static” videos, starting his distribution company Theories Of Atlantis, will there be a “Static 6” and much more on the latest episode of The Nine Club.
Theories of Atlantis got the crew together and headed down south to dodge the harsh New York winter, and for many of them, to get back in touch with their roots in Florida. This video is the result of 10 days of street skating, several demos, and some deep sea diving featuring riders from all of the Theories brands. Edited by Joe Bressler, and filmed by Joe Bressler, Josh Stewart, Frank Branca, and Joe Pelham.
Part 1 was the 456 Photo Show with works from photographer Pep Kim in the Extension Gallery at their Allston shop. The photos in this exhibit are based around the making of Static IV.
Part 2 was the Meet & Street session where a deep crew of Boston locals and youngbloods braved the harsh northeast cold and pushed around downtown Boston with riders from Traffic, Hopps, and Polar skateboards.
This video by Joe Bressler gives a recap of the photo show and some behind the scene stories of the making of Static IV and V videos, along with some highlights from the Meet and Street sesh.