Last staged in South Africa in 2002, it was the 123rd edition of the event internationally since its humble beginnings in Vienna, Austria twenty years ago. It was eventually Team #BullsEye with their elaborate dart board-themed get up, who won not only the judges over but the crowd too with their sensational flight across the water reaching a distance of 17.09m
Silver Bullet Productions and Red Bull joined forces again for Red Bull Flugtag Cape Town 2012. More than 220 000 spectators flocked to the V&A Waterfront to watch 41 teams push their bizarre flying machines off a 6m high ramp and hope they would fly… While some teams achieved momentary flight, most teams crashed spectacularly into the water below and SBP’s cameras where there to capture it all!
My new class giving a peak at my creative process! skl.sh/matty
Met a bunch of amazing Italian strangers in the northern region of Trentino, Italy who took me way up into the Italian alps to go hiking and mountain biking. People have been asking me to make a sports video, so thought it would be fun to try it out! A week of run and gun fun! I feel like I now have a second family deep in the mountains of Italy!
Thank you everyone who guided me through and took me in with welcoming smiles and giving me such a great adventure! Special thank you to Mikaela Bandini, Chiara De Pol, Paolo Pincelli, and Caspar Diederik.
And to all the bikers and hikers who took me way up into the mountains to show me the Italian way of life! You guys are truly an inspiration! I hope to be as cool as all of you someday, haha! :)
Shot and edited by Matty Brown (7D and Sony Vegas)
Music by awesome Icelandic band called PORNOPOP (Song is called "Centre") Check them out! facebook.com/twolazytigers
Produced by Mikaela Bandini of Cant Forget Italy cantforget.it
Huge thank you to the region of Trentino, Italy for having me as a guest in your epic wonderland! visittrentino.it/en
The first stop of our family overland holiday through the Northern Cape, South Africa in a Landrover Defender 130 TDi.
Verneukpan is a widespread dry salt pan south of Kenhardt, between Swartkop and Diemansput in the Northern Cape, South Africa. Verneuk is Afrikaans for to trick, mislead, screw or swindle. The surface is completely flat, claimed to be estimated 57 kilometres (35 mi) long and 11 kilometres (7 mi) wide.
In 1929 the pan was used by Sir Malcolm Campbell, attempting to raise the land speed record in his Napier-Campbell Blue Bird.