Just before going back home from his last trip in Europe, Rob G met up with Greg Mirzoyan for a day to give a little feedback on his impression. SKATE SMART: KNOW YOUR SKILL LEVEL AND SKATING CONDITIONS. YOUR ARE ALWAYS SAFER WEARING A HELMET AND FULL PROTECTIVE GEAR.
A 7 day timelapse of Rob Ryan http://www.misterrob.co.uk and his team of expert cutters and nippers working on a large piece for his open studio migration project at Somerset House's Pick Me Up exhibition. http://www.pickmeup.org.uk/
Shot on a Canon 40D using an interval timer set to one photo every one minute. so each second here represents roughly twenty minutes cutting. Phewf!!
Heads Up Display and The Ball Unleashed were two :60 spots created by the incredible VFX crew at DDMG.
Want more? Check out the complete :60 spots below:
Heads Up Display: https://vimeo.com/44039267
The Ball Unleashed: https://vimeo.com/49253863
Music: "Coloris" by she
Profile of Rob Squire from Boca Raton, FL and Omar Rodriguez from Coral Springs, Fl.
Song - Starfucker – Rawnald Gregory Erickson the Second
Sunny Side UP!
6/1 - Intro, Sebastian Seufferheld
6/2 - Florida Friends 1
6/3 - Rob Squire/Omar Rodriguez
6/4 - Jonathan Seufferheld
6/5 - Florida Friends 2
6/6 - Jon Fromm
6/7 - Outro
In this exclusive video for the digital edition of 'Make-Up Artist' magazine's Issue 103, master mold maker Rob Freitas chats with legendary Norwegian-born mold maker Gunnar Ferdinandsen. They discuss how Ferdinandsen moved from Norway to the United States and landed in studio mold shops, influencing a generation of make-up artists and mold makers.
For more on Freitas, get Issue 103 of 'Make-Up Artist' magazine—in print or digital editions—at http://makeupmag.com/issues/id/1652/.
A few clips of Rob warming up one morning at Stanley skate park in New Britain, CT.
Filmed with a Canon HF-S100
Edited and color corrected in Sony Vegas with Magic Bullet Looks (preset - Subtle Film)
Song: Why? - Against Me
Some Robberies just don't go as Planned.
Runner up for the Weekend Challenge: Stew
Created for the Weekend Challenge: https://vimeo.com/groups/weekendchallenge
Written, Directed and Cinematography by: Danial Khan
Shot on Canon EOS 550D/T2i using Sigma 30mm F/1.4 Lens
Syed Ali Haider
Corelli - Concerto Grosso, Op6 no4 by Advent Chamber Orchestra is licensed under a Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 United States License. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/us/
Featuring Rob Machado & Ryan Burch
The magenta deck - 5'3 x 19 x 2 1/4
Rob machado surfboards
Shaped by Rob for Rob.
Experimental Greenough bottom
Epoxy Twin fin set up with a trailer
Brownish looking squid - 5'5 x 18 3/4 x 2 1/4
Rob Machado surfboards
"Almond joy". Rob's favorite candy bar.
Sometimes you feel like a nut...Sometimes you don't...
Epoxy Standard thruster (boring)
Ryan Burch self shaped 4'11 Squit Twinny
These are sad and startling statistics, but according to the Washington Post, 40% of all food in the US goes uneaten and households, grocery stores and restaurants discard $165 billion dollars worth of food annually.
Those numbers become even more alarming when you consider that about 50 million Americans are food insecure—meaning that they don’t have a reliable source of nutritious and affordable food.
Activist Rob Greenfield is determined to change those numbers and to help create a world that’s happier and healthier. He’s currently biking across America to raise awareness about unnecessary food waste.
Rob knows first-hand the sustenance that discarded food provides-- in 2013, he consumed some 280 pounds of food from grocery store dumpsters and he continues to rescue wasted food day in and day out.
Determined to lead by his own sustainable lifestyle, we joined Greenfield as he “took a dive” in the name of ending hunger and food waste.
Longtime local musicians Brad Strauss (guitar), Rob Sylvain (Dobro), & Haakon Kulweit (Fiddle) play a number @ the start of their live performance on Fat Tuesday celebration for http://www.WMPG.org 's 13th annual event @ the student center on the University of Southern Maine campus in Portland, Maine.
This trio becomes a septet later when joined by two horn players a drummer & bass (I could be mistaken on the bass)
over @ he newest club/restaurant in Portland, Maine called the Empire Dine & Dance on Congress Street.
Here's a SLIDE show up on Flickr of the event which includes these guys playing & other Gumbo Fat Tuesday images from maine; http://www.flickr.com/photos/kikisdad/sets/72157603861502661/show/
Rob Kirkbride self taught Paraglider on his second flight!!
PLEASE DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME, ALL STUNT SEQUENCES IN THIS MOVIE HAVE BEEN PREFORMED BY A PROFESSIONAL (HaHa Yeh Right) , ONLY RAYBAN SUNGLASSES WHERE HURT DURING THE MAKING OF THIS FILM...
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Written, Directed, Photographed by Luke Randall
Key Artistic Collaboration - Jordan Chesney
Rodrigo Huerta as The Walrus
Make up Artist -Samantha Nalchajian
Sound Recording - Rob Muir III
Prosthetic - North Fur FX