Brent Strittmater's part in Ryan Perea's independent video, "LIVIN," starts with a WTF moment and then he just keeps raising the ante until the final trick, a J. Kwon banger that shouldn't be possible.
Tuesday, November 15, 2016
Brent Strittmater's part from LIVIN is now live on The Skateboard Mag. Most of the clips in this part were accompanied by hours & hours spent in his car, because no matter where I was living at the time B would always be down to do whatever it takes to scoop me up. Thats a fuckin homie!! 👊🏻 Not only that but the majority of the tricks he does, I have never filmed before in my life! DVD's are now available, click the PayPal "Buy Now" button on the right side of the screen or this link right here ------> The LIVIN Video & grab yourself a copy!
Monday, November 14, 2016
When I first moved to California, a buddy of mine from the midwest had a place with Koki Kasai in LA, so I started staying at his pad when I would come down on the weekends. After my buddy moved back home, I kept coming around and Koki was one of the first dudes from around here I would get on the mission with to lurk for spots and try to film stuff. This fool kills it so hard, even with him being hurt this whole year he still had one of the best parts in the video! DVD's are now available, click the PayPal "Buy Now" button on the right side of the screen or this link right here ------> The LIVIN Video & grab yourself a copy!
Koki Kasai has had to deal with some gnarly injuries, but it seems like he hasn't lost any of his power. Also includes Geoff Kowalchuck and Thomas Bonilla.
So stoked to finally start showing video this to everyone, and who better to set it off than James Juarez. This was one of my favorite parts in the video to edit hands down & it was rad to have him sit and work on it with me almost all that way through. Huge thanks to The Skateboard Mag for the support! DVD's are now available, click the PayPal "Buy Now" button on the right side of the screen or this link right here ------> The LIVIN Video & grab yourself a copy!
James Juarez's two-song part from "LIVIN" is made up of clips shot at some classic LA spots and some well-known ditches and rooftops. But Juarez makes the heavily frequented spots seem fresh and new. The key difference is that Juarez takes such a unique approach, and commits so fully to defying your expectations, that you are left consistently surprised.
Thursday, November 10, 2016
LIVIN is a new video by Ryan Perea out of Los Angeles, featuring Jonathan Yanez, James Juarez, Sergio Santos, Johnny Sevillano, Abbas Glass, Phillip Elizalde, Koki Kasai, Brent Strittmater, and Anthony Vega. Beginning Saturday, The Skateboard Mag will be featuring parts from the video. Stay tuned...