Kläppen nightshoot day one
The rather small crew just arrived here in kläppen.
Just got back after hiking & checking out the jump we’ll be targeting this stay.
Got alot to feel happy about!
Åre vaycay, through Instagram
So we had a bit of a vacation in Åre just me and Anton. It turned into more filming than we thought though. Snow came in hard halfway into the trip and we had riders ready so why not shoot?
We got after some fun minigolf stuff with riders rotating in and out. Then the snow got serious and we brought in reinforcements.
Frej and Petter left town But we still had Lars and Simon. And Tom-Oliver came home from (?) and Tobbe just got back from Japan. So we sent all in and called for Tim, it was on.
While i got some Urban done with Simon Lars and the great Jens of GRP the rest did some powshooting. In the end it went really well, especially thanks to misters Silvola&Joppe showing us some good zones.
Check back later for more pow and ofcourse urban killing.
Random Crap for RobG’s old D90
Sundsvall jan 8-14
So, first trip of the year. Been waiting for this for a long time due to the super late snow here in sweden, so we were super pumped to head out & make up for lost time.
We had been filming a few spots at home here in ÖSD before the trip since we got the most snow in the country right now, but with all the snowbordcrews invading we decided to take off to our closest neighbour city of Sundsvall.
And thats kinda where it all started too, our first ever filmtrip was an urbantrip to Sunsvall with Ted, Frej & Simon back in the beginning of 2008.
So it was a rather nostagic feeling going back ther four years later with none other that Frej Jönsson & Simon Eriksson.
As always in Sundsvall we stayed at Simon’s parents house a little south of the city, with simon’s parents almost catering our stay.
After scoping the first night and checking out a few spots we’ve seen earlier we felt really confident for the trip. We had been worrying since so many crews have shot there that we wouldn’t find any new spots but that wasn’t the case at all anymore.
With a few days of shooting in we realy felt good about the trip. Good lookin’ features without beeing highrisk, since there only we’re two riders, & the tricks we’re really coming along. The car didn’t trouble us as it usually does & the weather was with us most of the time.
The only one thing that messed with us during the whole trip was our (late) dropramp. Not that is was a bad one to start with but when you klamper with skiboots & skis on a wood costruction as much as we do, it just doesnt hold up forever, especally when you don’t own a bungeecord.
So second to last day of the trip Simon brought out the axe and did what hade to be done, R.I.P. TFJdropramp2.
So last day of shooting we worked with our rather slow winch instead which held up better than expected & the trip was a rap!
Enourmus thanks to the Eriksson fam. for having us!
And thank you Sundsvall for bringin us shots as usual. Until next time
Having a nice chat mid handrailshoot