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Red Bull - 21 Days

BIO: Pipeline is always a competition. Watch it any time it’s breaking – really breaking – and you’ll find a clutter of the world’s best surfers trying to get the best wave of the day. Or, more specifically, trying to out-prove each other. But the annual Volcom Pipe Pro gives them a chance to win at Pipeline officially, and in front of the whole world.
In the newest instalment of Red Bull’s 21Days series, we follow Hawaii’s Jamie O’Brien, Ezekiel Lau, Kalani Chapman and Koa Rothman. O’Brien and Chapman are two of Pipe’s best-known locals and guys who have proven themselves time and again out there. Lau and Rothman are part of the younger generation who’ve just begun to stake a claim at the North Shore’s best stretch of reef. In 21 Days, we experience all the intricacies of life in pre-contest mode through the eyes of four different personalities. But who will it be that finds the podium? Only Pipe will tell.

 

Type Of Video: Documentary Series

 

Brief: Work as part of a small crew camera operating and editing on location in Hawaii as the series documents the 21 days leading up to one of the World’s biggest surf contests.

 

Position: Camera Operator & Editor

 

Filming Duration: 21 days

 

Post Production duration: 1 Episodes delivered every week

Work In Progress

BIO: Supercars? Face tattoos? Luxury apartments? Champagne? You won’t find them here – this 12 part series documents the slightly less glorified side of the BMX dream. Ride along with two ‘pro riders’ who are still forced to work full time jobs. Hoffman, Crucial BMX Shop and Stay Strong’s steezy wildcat Bob Manchester works tirelessly to prepare his backyard jumps for another big contest in the summer after months of neglect and a harsh winter. Then we have Ollie Shields – despite having a huge 2014 he still works as a builder doing 70 hour weeks. This demanding schedule leaves him one day a week to ride. Luckily he knows how to make the most of it.

 

Type Of Video: Documentary Series

 

Brief: Through 10 or more episodes, document the year of two ‘pro riders’ who still work full time jobs to fund what they love. The series included exploring the athletes’ personal lives, work environments as well as relationships with fellow riders and their sponsors.

 

Position: Producer, Director, Director Of Photography, Editor, Colorist & Sound

 

Filming Duration: 9 months

 

Post Production duration: 2 episodes delivered every month