Chris Haslam has had three Concrete Skateboarding Magazine covers over the years, and since one of them is featured on our Issue 125 (release date: June 17, 2013) "Past Blast" spread, photo editor Brian Caissie decided to dust off his VX tapes and put together a raw edit of previously seen and unseen Haslam footage spanning from 2002-2007. Locations: Metro Vancouver, BC / RDS Indoor Park (Richmond, BC) / Hawaii / Shanghai, China Filmed & Edited by Brian Caissie View Haslam's Concrete covers here: http://www.concreteskateboarding.com/?p=24162 http://www.concreteskateboarding.com+ More details
Converse Skateboarding and King Shit Magazine's "Connect the Dots" Film Festival Official link http://tinyurl.com/6kzxgh2 "Beach Blastin" Video by: Ben Stoddard Dave Ehrenreich Dane Collison Photos: Brian Caissie Featuring: Nick Moore Derek Swaim Matt Berger Nate LAcoste Alien Cory Klim+ More details
Concrete photo editor Brian Caissie got rid of his VX1000 about 4 years ago, and decided to put together some seen and unseen footage spanning 2003-2010 that he shot with the classic Sony video camera for this "Past Blast" video segment. In order of appearance: Magnus Hanson, Ryan & Scott Decenzo, Paul Trep, Ted De Gros. Filmed & Edited by: Brian Caissie // Music: "Get Down" by Curtis Mayfield "Past Blast: Chris Haslam" video: http://bit.ly/1bLgQ7U http://www.briancaissie.com http://www.concreteskateboarding.com+ More details
Chris Haslam along with SEND HELP riders Steve Nesser and Tabari Cook got the the urge to skate perfect spots, so naturally they headed towards the Far East. Here's the video content that goes with our "HAZBROS: Made In China" article as seen in Concrete Skateboarding Issue 131 (release date: July 14/'14). Don't think the classic toy logo knock-offs mean the dudes were playing around. Filmed & Edited by: Brian Caissie Music: "If You Want Me To Stay" by Sly & The Family Stone "HAZBROS: Made In China" digital article and photo extras: http://bit.ly/hazbrosinchina http://sendxhelp.com http://www.ultimatedistro.com http://www.concreteskateboarding.com+ More details
Concrete Skateboarding / Issue 111 (March 2011) Skaters in order of appearance: Morgan Smith, Deer Man Of Dark Woods, Beast Of Gevaudan, John Hanlon, Nate Roline and TJ Rogers. Filmed by: Chris Haslam, Jim Fenton, David Ehrenreich, Brian Caissie and Jason Picton. Edited by: David Ehrenreich+ More details
When the weather gets tough in Canada, it's time to hit the road towards more forgiving climates. That's exactly what Vancouver's Cory Wilson, Nick Moore, Drew Summersides and Dan Redmond did, picking Sin City as their destination. This Push.ca (R.I.P.) x Concrete collaboration (originally posted on Mar.6/2012) shows how it went down. Filmed by: Brian Caissie Edited by: Jan Schuster Executive Producer: Lenny Rubenovitch / Underexposed Agency Ltd. Music: "Cuban Cigarre" by Anno Domini Beats / "Blind To You" by SonReal Digital version of the "Las Vegas Sun" feature from Concrete #117: http://www.concreteskateboarding.com/?p=17045 Digital edition of Concrete #117 (March 2012) in full: http://www.concreteskateboarding.com/?p=17387 http://www.push.ca http://www.underexposedagency.com http://www.concreteskateboarding.com+ More details
Concrete Skateboarding Photo Editor Brian Caissie was on-hand filming a few stunts at this year's Vans Canada Road Block contest, held on July 21st, downtown Vancouver, BC. 4 shops (BLVD, Coastal Riders, Antisocial, Underworld) built obstacles and each shop team had a chance to skate them all. In Order of Appearance: Tyler Holm, Trevor Dunnett, Danny Hagge, Magnus Hanson, John Hanlon, Adam Hopkins, Conlan Killeen, Paul Trep, Mike Schulze. Filmed & Edited by: Brian Caissie Music: "Ricky's Theme" by the Beastie Boys RESULTS: Coastal Riders wheelchair bump to bar: Team CSTL ($1000) Underworld fence hurdle: Team CSTL ($1000) BLVD vert wall: Team BLVD ($1000) Antisocial beer can: Team BLVD ($1000) https://www.facebook.com/VansCanada http://blvdskateshop.com http://www.coastalriders.com http://www.underworld-shop.com http://antisocialshop.com http://www.concreteskateboarding.com+ More details
"I thought he was this gnarly, crazy dude because I only knew him through his RDS/FSU/2002 video part," Darkstar Skateboards pro Ryan Decenzo remembers about first meeting Vancouver's Paul Machnau. "I was intimidated, but he's actually a really nice guy. Paul would always lead the skate sesh and if he wanted to do something, it would be done. Handled. He's just on-point, and I've learned so much from him." 1984 was the first time skateboarding became a blip on Paul's radar back in his hometown of Cranbrook, BC. Many moons later, fresh out of high school, he relocated to Kelowna to expand his skate-horizons, picking up Island Snow as a shop sponsor. Paul paid close attention to how the business was run, and in 1997 he decided to move back home and open Boarder's Choice with his college fund. He ran the shop very successfully for three years before selling it to further pursue what would become an eventful skate-career that continues to this day. Words By Frank Daniello Check out the other Living Legends @ vimeo.com/album/2400492+ More details
Video #4 of our "60 Seconds Or Less" series features some iPhone magic shot in Montreal with Josh Clark, Kyle MacDonald, JS Lapierre, Charles Rivard, Charles Deschamps, Johnny Purcell and Andrew McGraw. Filmed & Edited by Brian Caissie Music: "Forty Days" by Billy Brooks 60 Seconds Or Less Archive: http://bit.ly/1mm1MUn http://www.briancaissie.com http://www.concreteskateboarding.com+ More details
This year Cory Wilson and I worked on a feature interview for Concrete Skateboarding Magazine. We also filmed a lot and decided to piece it together into a video part, with additional filming by: Tyler Holm, Ryan Smith and Dave Ehrenreich. With the help of Etnies and Kitsch Skateboards .+ More details
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