1. REDirect is a celebration of skateboard filmmaking between Red.com and TheBerrics.com

    Prints are available for purchase. All proceeds will be donated to LA county animal shelters. 1 for $50, 3 for $100 shipped within US. Visit the blog on my website for a selection of prints available and paypal checkout

    Directed, Filmed and Edited by: RussellHoughten.com
    Assistant camera/edit: James Messina

    Music by:
    RichardHoughten.com
    "Empty"
    Bandcamp http://goo.gl/DXj2ao

    A Cosmic Gift
    "Dreams of the Sea"
    Itunes http://goo.gl/ed6Rvv

    Red BTS vimeo.com/100021445

    The berrics - Artist Statement
    theberrics.com/redirect/artist-statement-russell-houghten.html

    All donations to the tip jar will be donated to Los Angeles County Animal Shelters.

    # vimeo.com/91085172 Uploaded 655K Plays 177 Comments
  2. The latest in an ongoing series designed to inspire the daily adventure of skating.

    Presented by: Stay Wild Magazine: staywildmagazine.com/
    Skating by: Sam Murgatroyd, Helena Long, Charlie Radford, Amy Ram
    Filmed & Edited by: Shade Media // shademedia.co.uk/
    Poem by: Mat Lloyd // matlloyd.com/
    Music & Sound Design by: Sounds Like These // soundslikethese.com/

    A collaboration with Neon Stash // neonstash.com/

    # vimeo.com/115486105 Uploaded 92.2K Plays 31 Comments
  3. You're never too old to skateboard.

    Visit dariustwin.com to see and purchase my light painting photography.

    Cinematographer/Editor: Darren Pearson
    Sound editor: Ryan Gerle
    Sound re-recording mixer: Brennan Gerle
    Music: Gangplans "Bust The Way You Were (feat. Unravel)" from this album: gangplans.audio/album/alca
    Additional help: Jordan Steinert, Brady Bigalke

    # vimeo.com/82931517 Uploaded
  4. Inspired by the photography of my good friend Weston Colton (westoncolton.com @westoncolton), and featuring local skaters from the Salt Lake and Utah Valleys, this film was only made possible with the help of countless friends and the support of a beautiful wife. Thank you Weston Colton, Luke Jackson, Wayne Nilsson, Davis Ngarupe, Steve Aaron, Kurt Hale, Andrew Hair, Connor Prady, Zac Eskelsen, Jacob and Katie Schwarz, James Winegar, Grant Davis, Olivia Crellin, Brian Grow, Brenan Klain and everyone else who volunteered their time and advice.

    The music was written and performed by my good friend Micah Andersen specifically for this project. You can check out his talents here micahdahl.com

    Major thanks to the skaters who took the time to come out and believed in the project. Specifically Daniel Roman, Alex Washington, Logan Summers, Chandler Siepert, Matt Winskowski, Matt Bergmann, Levi Faust, and Tyson Bowerbank.

    Cameras - Sony F55, Phantom Flex 4K
    Aerial Photography – Helivate Films

    A little info on the Moon shot -

    We filmed in Western Utah. I used the Sony F55 and a Canon 800mm lens with a 2x converter, so effectively it turned it into a 1600mm lens. With the 2x converter the widest you can go is an F/11 so light became a bit of an issue. I found the hill we shot our moon skater Daniel on through Google Earth. Luckily it was only about an hour drive from my house so it allowed us to scout the location multiple times over the course of about a month. I had seen a similar shot here vimeo.com/56298775 and kinda took the info I could find on it to piece together what we wanted. I was shooting from a little over a mile away in massive field. Because this was on the top of a dirt hill, we had to build a 100-foot track made out of plywood for Daniel to skate on. The main difficulties at that point were lining up the moon, the skater, and the camera, and then just finding the moon in the sky, which, when you're focused on such a small area and there's nothing to visually reference, because it's pitch black, can be very difficult. We had guys up on the hill with flashlights trying to marl edge of frame, which helped. We ultimately ended up shooting three nights in a row. This was from the third night. First night we got it pretty well, but it was dusky and not totally dark. The second night was a total bust. We ended up being wrong in our camera positioning by about 300 feet each night. So when the moon first started to peak we had to grab everything and run until it was lined up, set down the camera, find the moon again, refocus, etc. Slightly stressful :) From the time the moon first touches the horizon line to when it's already fully above it is a little under 2 minutes. Ultimately there were probably 20 people who helped make this shot possible.

    # vimeo.com/119118862 Uploaded 163K Plays 142 Comments
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