Skateboarding, art, music and snowboarding intertwine in the timeless, weird and wonderful world of Jamie Lynn. Jamie opened a door to a universe of art and inspiration when he took everything he dreamt of doing on a skateboard and applied it to snowboarding. Jamie rides and lives life on his terms and is one of the most authentic, soulful people you could ever hope to meet. The fact that Jamie has ridden for Lib Tech, Volcom, Vans and Dragon for over two decades speaks volumes on his integrity and loyalty to those who have supported him through thick and thin.
Jamie’s interview for Snowboard Magazine Issue 11.4, The Timeless Issue was as unconventional as the 41-year-old Auburn, Washington native himself. We were all over the place — from Seattle skate spots, to impromptu parking lot jam sessions, and a nature walk at his compound where we watched salmon spawn. In that space I felt free of “civilian life” responsibilities and had a taste of how this iconic human maximizes his days. To Jamie, time was irrelevant. Life, on the other hand, is another story.
Directed by Susie Floros
Cinematography: Puget Sound Creative and Susie Floros
Fergus is living the #vanlife dream. He surfs, he skates, he doesn't answer to nobody... but for how long can he keep rolling? Crayfish Films go behind the scenes to meet one of the original vanlifers.
This is the full length version which premiered at the London Surf Film Festival.
*Winner of the 'SPIRIT OF THE FESTIVAL' award - London Surf Film Festival 2013* :-)
@crayfishfilms - Thanks for the support!
Starring: Fergus O Donnell, Mark Fountain, Dan Kinsman
Direction, Camera, Edit: Rob Lockyear, Jeremy Joyce, Rich Pearn
Aerial Camera: Tom Wadsworth & Marcus Shirley @ Aerobotix
Additional Camera: Mark Glendinning @ Supersaturated
Sound Mixing: Lawrence Kendrick
Original Music 'Vanlife Theme' & Final Song - Craig Johnson & Greg Birkumshaw
Tracks: 'Harder to Discover' & 'Time To Be Taken' by Rory Nunn
'Stratofortress' by Gonga