We’re not sure what box of tapes Shad Johnson over at Snakebite has, but we’re a little bit jealous. Here’s a tape he came across featuring some of the Macneil team riding Woodward, some street and more back in 2007, along with clips from Ian Schwartz, Mike Ardelean. Take a look. Even though it’s a raw cut, there’s plenty of gems in this one.
You know you’re in for something good when Nigel Sylvester and Harrison Boyce get together for a video. Check out this new G-Shock promo featuring Nigel cruising.
“Starring: Nigel Sylvester, Sevyn Nasir Allen Lord & Jazerai Allen Lord
Directed and Edited by Harrison Boyce
Cinematography by Clay Porter
Aerial Cinematography by Drone Dudes
“Tears From God” by iLLectrik church”
Harrison Boyce collected 50 of the photos he shot in 2012 and put them together into a photogallery that you can check out over on Defgrip. There’s not a ton of BMX in there, but a ton of real good photos, so take a look!
Here’s a look at Nigel Sylvester’s new commercial for Gatorade. It gives a good look at some of the stresses of trying to film along with a pretty unique feel due to the high quality level. Harrison Boyce makes a cameo in here as well as being the producer for this. Take a peek.
“Perfect is when everything falls into place, sometimes by itself other times you have to make it happen. Both situations are true for Nigel Sylvester, especially the latter, as a professional BMX athlete where cities are his playing fields. We give you a glimpse of what it takes for him to do his job in this new piece titled “Perfect Moment.” This high-level production was filmed in his hometown of NYC on RED cameras and features stunning color and sound-design.
Fueled by Gatorade
Directed by Harrison Boyce
Executive Produced by “Hawaii” Mike Salman / LTD+ MGMT & Nigel Sylvester
Produced by J. Andrés Cardona & Brian Streem / SHIFTILT
Sound Design by Silver Sound”
Head on over to the Macneil website to check out some rad photos Harrison Boyce shot while Chris Silva came down from Canada to ride New York and New Jersey with Jeff Kocsis.
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“MacNeil’s Dillon Lloyd, Chris Martindale, Greg Flag, Chris Silva, and Taylor Elvy (the newest addition to the team) met up with NYC local Harrison Boyce in a very rainy Big Apple. Trying to escape the poor weather, the crew headed north to find schools and other amazing spots in the sun.
Keep an eye out for Part 2 soon for the rest of the what Massachusetts had to offer, and closing out with a trip back down to NYC (with video courtesy of Mr. Boyce). Also a big thanks goes out to Chris and Matty Long for the help with finding spots to shred. Who would have known the best schools are really only a block away from your hotel.
“I was going through my hard drives when I came across these few clips of Chris and I from the Bellevue Skatepark outside of Seattle… Nothing crazy, but I thought I’d throw them together rather than letting them go to waste. Chris and I filmed eachother and it was one of the first times I shot with my steady cam, so the clips are a bit shaky… The music is ‘Send Me Your Love’ by Onra.” – Harrison Boyce / Macneil
Harrison Boyce and Andrew McMullen followed Oakley‘s Josh Harrington around at Simpel Session this past year. They give you a look at what it’s like for a rider like Josh to travel halfway around the world to a foreign country and ride in an event. The video turned out absolutely amazing and I’d advise to take a look at it if you have 10 minutes of free time over on Defgrip.