In the midst of a busy year for Broc, filming for his Disco Stew DVD part, he managed to come away with a quite dialed timeline of "Leftover" footage. Whatever you may consider this batch of clips, leftover or not, its still a really good example of having fun and using spots in a unique and "Broc like" approach... Enjoy!
We had a good day out stacking clips with Broc Raiford and Jarren Barboza, working on various RideBMX and Volume projects that are due out this year. With Mike Mastroni behind the camera and Jeff Z shooting photos, you can be assured that everything captured this day was documented in pristine fashion. Also Broc takes it back to his Louisiana roots and catches a crab at the end. Keep an eye out new sections dropping from Broc and Jarren in various forms later this year! (Some sooner than others).
Broc Raiford and good bud and filmer, Josh Clemens got together to make this week long park edit around SoCal. Broc's riding is always next level on anything he rides but if you need proof that Broc rides park as good as he does street this is it.
Earlier this year I brainstormed with the guys over at Odyssey about video project ideas for 2017. We agreed on doing a concept-based video to switch things up from the traditional web edit style. Mike Mastroni was brought into the picture as our filmer and to help us make a decision on what the most interesting concept would be. Ultimately, we chose to do a video composed entirely of riding spots we could find in Long Beach alleyways. Mastroni and I live smack dab in the middle of a plethora of alley spots, so we got to work quick and filmed for about 2 weeks.