Some new Nogginess from the man himself, Russ Clark! Filmed on a single Sunday, October 2015.
The first “Mini Video” in three years! A weekend trip to Minneapolis with the bros to hang out with the bros.
Thanks to everyone for the great times! Steve Nesser and everyone else at Familia. Todd Bratrud and new pro (!) Tabari Cook with Send Help. Jammin’ Jay and everyone at the Hiawatha. Everyone else! A great city with great humans.
A mere six months after premiering Deep Dish 2, the crew is coming in hot with another full length video. Mark Dunning was studying in Europe earlier this year and spent some time filming some of the maniacs he met out in the motherland. The second half of the video brings us back to the ‘ol USA. Excellent, maniacal. The final part features our Milwaukee homeboy Matt Nordness – chip fueled – explosive – not to be missed. Deep Dish – Some Bullshit.
Filmed by – Jon Schmoldt and Mark Dunning
Edited by – Mark Dunning
Prague, Copenhagen, Malmo, Paris, New York City, Philadelphia, Milwaukee, Chicago.
Gama aka Matt Gamalinda
& Many More!
In high defintion, for your viewing pleasure…
A Milwaukee skateboarding video. Filmed throughout 2014, premiered January 16 & 17 2015, and finally released on DVD March 2015.
Full parts by: Max Murphy, Nick Mistele, and Matt Nordness. Also featuring: Bradford Bishop, Brett Weinstein, Chase Hopper, Danny Stemper, Drew Rickaby, Drew Gricar, Eric Risser, Gabe Chan, Jacob Tyler Mumford, Jammin’ Jay, Jeff Chase, Jimmy Brickner, John McGuire, John Rockafellow, Kevin Wilkins, Mikey Al Wathiqui, Nathan Heilberger, Pat Murphy, Pat Forster, Sean Hanley, TJ Bohach, Tyler Westbrooks, and Vince Stranc.
Filmed and edited by Josh Ellis. Additional filming – Channing Sabir, Bradford Bishop, and Pat Forster.
Titles and DVD cover art by Jeremy Pettis.
Also includes two free videos: VHS (2014), Hurry Up and Try (2013)
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I was digging through the crates and stumbled upon an archival video made by Harrison Thoe. And also found a digi-doodle of Gabe doing a one footer I made 5 years ago. Inspired by a Kevin Penczak photo (that I can’t find). Recycling is good for the environment.