A recent trip to the Mentawais with some lads from California aboard the Indies Trader IV. Couldn't really call this one work. 2 weeks of perfect waves, non-stop laughs, and living in absolute luxury.
Thanks to the boys and the crew for the trip of a lifetime.
Thumbnail courtesy Russell Ord- russellord.wordpress.com
Groove Armada- Paper Romance
Matt Corby- Brother (triple J 'Like A Version')
Yeah Yeah Yeahs- Gold Lion
Shot on Canon 7D
Lenses- Canon 70-200mm, 16-35mm, 35mm, Tokina 11-16mm,
Aquatech Water Housing
Philip Bloom Pocket Dolly
The Need 4 Speed: The Art of Flight
A collection of shots from flights made during the 2009-2010 season by the talented group of wingsuit basejumpers, while flying the V3, Hybrid LD2/Trango rigs and testing several new V-series wingsuit prototypes around Europe.
Feel the need. The need for speed!
A big thank you to Hybrid for sending us their compliments and allowing us use of their awesome track “Disappear Here”.
For more information, please go to the band's website : hybridsoundsystem.com
Team Need 4 Speed are back in this extended length video documentary.
The first in a series of videos to be produced in 2012 featuring the members of the BASE proximity flying team - Need 4 Speed - this video focusses on Robert Pecnik, wingsuit designer and owner of Phoenix Fly.
Skimming close to the ground at speeds of over 100MPH, this video shows some new lines, as well as exploring the team dynamic.
This year we hooked up with Saba Rock Island Resort for one of the best trips the team has ever been on. Nestled in the middle of the Caribbean with a ton of island flavor and recognized as one of the top sailing destinations in the world, this beautiful back drop was the perfect place for our annual photo shoot. A place where people walk with a swagger and the pace is slow, you can find one crystal clear, turquoise set up after another in smooth flat water or nice easy waves.
A recent West Oz swell produced some of the biggest waves I've had the privilege of shooting yet. Myself and Photogs Russell Ord (facebook.com/russell.ord) and Spencer Hornby went down to capture the events that ensued.
Watch local lads Chris Ross, Ben Rufus and Chris Shanahan toy with a wave that would bring the ordinary man to tears.