So, girls from all rolling disciplines did a mini three day tour with the support of Reverb UK and the Lady Rollers Organisation. Rollerblade, BMX, skateboard and scooter – all hit up some of the biggest and best skate parks in the UK and I was lucky enough to be at Rampworx to shoot the action. Sometimes there are benefits to spending too much time and money on photography.
Just for today, I’m hating on Elliot Stevens and Lee Devereux. Just for today mind. My reason is simple; editing together sequences is not something I enjoy. I am really not a fan. These guys however landed tricks in the street section on the final day of NASS that absolutely justified sequences and for that I am temporarily not liking them much…
Check out their destruction of the rails and all the other skating I captured from the Inline Pro Park Finals, best trick and street sessions. The day the sun came out just for us…
Saturday night at NASS. VIP bar. If you weren’t there, you missed out, simple as…
Last set of images coming, probably tomorrow will be what I shot on the (aptly named) Sunday. Primarily it will be the Inline Pro Park and the Street Sessions.
Alex Burston, out there showing exactly why he’s got his name on one of the best skates available. Put together by local crew STANdbY “McR” FILM, it’s a taster for what is to come. So, who’s looking forward to the next Razors DVD after this?
Having left Sum 41 behind, I moved onto either the UKF or DnB arena. Could have been either, or both. My memory of the night is a little, um, selective…
So, the deal is, have a look through and see if you can find you or your friends. If you do, then by all means hit up a copy on Facebook or wherever, but do me a favour and link back to the site (or the Facebook page). That do ya?
As usual the videographers have been hard at work documenting what went down over the weekend. Many great moments captured and the feel of what it’s like to be a rollerblader at NASS. Thanks guys. And for everyone else, check these out.
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Here are the first set of photos from Saturday night at NASS 2012. I say the first set as I took so damn many that I need to split them up. These lot are from in and around the Main Arena while Sum 41 were on stage. So, if you found yourself enveloped by an “eclectic meld of raucous punk-rock, thunderous heavy metal and straightforward rock” while blinded by a muppet with a flash gun, you may be in the gallery…
If you were in the DnB Arena, or partying in VIP then I’ll get those pics up just as soon as I can.
BTW, really sorry about the quality of some of these photos (and those that failed to even make it here) but I was not sober enough to , well, let’s just leave it at not sober enough shall we…?
After the heavy night and even more rain, Saturday could have been a washout. It wasn’t. Here are the photos I got during the day. It’s mostly the inline park sessions and a few shots from around the site while slowly recovering enough to prepare for the night ahead. Those photos will be along next…
OK. I told you I’d get these up tonight. Many memories have been stirred whilst going through these and a few added. How much had I drunk as I really don’t remember getting on stage.
Anyway, point your face at these for the appreciation of a dirty dirty night at the mighty NASS.
Can I get some sleep now please?
My apologies for not uploading any photos over the weekends, but due to lack of network and excess of alcohol this just wasn’t practical. However, to make up for it I’m working hard to get through the hundreds of images I did take over the weekend.
Work commitments limited what I could capture of the daytime activities on Friday, arriving as I did 10 minutes before the end of the Inline session. Here’s what I managed to get down before setting up my home in the mud and preparing for an evening in the company of a few thousand dear and close friends. Watch out for those pictures coming soon but check out the intro for now.