Mutiny had George Boyd and Mikey Luplow fly up to Milwaukee for a weekend with Brandon Hoerres and Grant Castelluzzo. There’s the damn good edit from what they accomplished over on Defgrip. After you watch the edit hit up the photogallery from Greg Dickson.
It’s not the first video that has used a remote control helicopter to film a few clips with, but it looks like Joe Simon picked himself one up to play with now. Joe strapped his Canon 7D to the helicopter and pulled Mikey Luplow out to the new Austin skatepark bright and early to give it a go. This is what came from it. Definitely a couple real good shots.
Song: Fleet Foxes – Mykonos
“Sean Morr and John Glassett teamed up with filmer Shane McLellan to travel from Santa Barbara, California to Austin, Texas and shred spots on the way. Check out some of the riding they got done along the way with some guest clips from Jeremy Ball, Joseph Frans, Scott Smith, Chase Zink, and Mikey Luplow. Credit: Shane McLellan”
Sorry for the weird photos, had to pull out the party cam since I sold the T1i and waiting on a 60D.
About two weeks ago, I caught up with Logan Reynolds to talk about his new video, This Is The Spot that dropped a little over a week ago. Logan sent over a copy for me to take a look at. I was excited since this video is stacked with some of the Midwest’s best, and a lot of my good friends. I decided to do a review of the video, so let’s take a look…
Logan Reynolds is a recognizable name around the midwest scene from edits to the WisBMX website back in the day. He’s one of the many real good dudes apart of the Milwaukee crew that has been just killing it the last few years in all aspects of BMX. About two years ago, Logan started working on a video project featuring the likes of Jeff Dowhen, Jeff Klugiewicz, Jon Wells, Grant Castelluzzo, Mikey Luplow, Reed and Kyle Stark, Dan Kruk and more. The video had its ups and downs in the making, but it’s finally done and premiering this Saturday at 4Seasons. I figured it would be a real good time to get ahold of Logan and talk a little bit about the making of what’s looking to be a hell of a video. Check out what he had to say, a few screengrabs and photos, along with the trailer and Jeff Dowhen’s scraps edit from the video.
Name: Logan Reynolds
Recently, Mutiny took Randy Taylor, Deven Ferrer, Brandon Hoerres, Mikey Luplow and George Boyd on a trip to the Dallas / Fort Worth area to get some warm weather and riding time in. Joe Simon pulled out the cameras and did what he does best for this new video. Sooooooooooooo gooooooooooood.