Brighton resort in Utah was the setting for the 10th anniversary of 32 boot camp last weekend.
The company invites select shops around the country to shred thier faces off on the 2013 boots and outerwear lines. The timing could not have been more perfect with a storm that dumped 30+ inches of snow!
Major high fives go out to Mouse from Brighton, Brian Cook, Mike Neville,
and the whole 32 crew for one hell of a good time.
Night shred at Brighton can't be beat.
ThirtyTwo headquarters... All the latest gear under one roof.
Plenty of refreshments... Not enough paper towels...
Dumped on with my guide, Pettit, from The Youth Shelter.
No caption needed...
Jazz and T-Wolves.
"Get off the court."
Ashton's on the team.
ThirtyTwo at the Jackalope Bar in Salt Lake.
Dad from Cal-Surf (aka Scott) hates the Jazz... But likes shots.
Next morning, snowed in.
Lines for days...
Living the dream...
Met up with old time pal,Tyler McRae, still rocking his 2005 Damage t-shirt...
Went to Michigan with Think Thank these last two weeks,
crammed in hotel rooms and lived off continental breakfast.
The Think Thank crew was Sean Lucey (filmer), Sean Sullivan (photographer), Sean Black, Brandon Hammid, Nial Romanek, Ryan Paul, and I.
Typical story of 1-2 spots-a-day diet and partying with the Absinthe crew (the rivals!) since they were there the same time. The Absinthe crew was Shane Charlebois (filmer), Scott Serfas (photographer), Bode Merrill, Cale Zima, and Brandon Cocard.
Found some Marquette girls one night who were nice enough to make the crew a huge lasagna dinner with a 30 pack of Labatts! Maybe they felt bad for us after our spotlight on the local news.
Came back to Minneapolis and flew out to LA the next morning.
Holden Outerwear is proud to announce our partnership with analog instant photography savior, The Impossible Project. To celebrate 10 years of creative and cutting edge outerwear, Holden is teaming up with Impossible to create a photography collaboration that will serve as our creative backbone and the visual language for the Fall/Winter ‘12 season’s marketing platform. Holden is proud to support Impossible on their mission to bring analog instant photography back to life by offering limited edition Holden X Impossible camera kits, which will include a Holden customized and refurbished vintage SX-70 Polaroid camera, Holden X Tanner Goods leather camera case, and custom Holden X Impossible co-produced instant film and filter presented in a custom wooden box.
To activate this collaboration, Holden chose 10 well known photographers to use Impossible film to shoot and capture their vision of our independent lifestyle through instant photography. The photos will be traveling in a multinational exhibition throughout galleries worldwide and at the most prestigious art show in the Americas, Art Basel Miami Beach. Choice photos will be used to create a limited edition Holden X Impossible tee shirt collection. Additionally, there will be a consumer instant photography competition, hosted by Impossible, where one winner will have their work featured in the exhibition (details on the competition to come.)
The Holden X Impossible camera kits and shirts will be available at Holdenouterwear.com, selected boutiques worldwide, and Holden X Impossible exhibitions next Fall.
Ben Puess, CEO of Holden said, “If you have ever seen a holden ad or website, then you know our love of analog photography goes back to our inception. As big fans of the medium, we could not be more proud to be working with The Impossible Project to help continue to further promote and support an art form we cherish. The Impossible team are the champions of a lost art and we are happy to showcase the immense warmth and creativity in their film. Our community, our shooters together with our friends at Vice, will work through out the season to capture a vision of the Holden “life well led” means. The best thing is that not only will we end up with some great images and gallery shows but we will be able to actively encourage others to find the timeless-in-an instant moments that make life so fun by offering the film and camera.”
Remember when the Rome crew came to tear shit up at Spirit Mt last spring? The guys over at Bald E Gal found this edit mixed in with the folder labeled..."Mike Thienes Online Dating Video" Whoops, good thing they actually watched it and found this gem!