Posts Tagged ‘AJ McCallister’

Supra Dist. 2012 Year in Review: Parts 1 & 2

Tuesday, January 1st, 2013

Supra Distribution has a grip of Canadian teamriders representing their stacked stable of brands. Here they look back at 2012 in a 2-part Year in Review video series…

PART 2 – Highlights from Go Skateboarding Day in Vancouver, The Battle At Hastings III, Zander Mitchell’s Supra Dist. part and more:

PART 1 – AJ McCallister, Corey Klim, Pat O’Rourke, Derek Swaim, Ian Twa, Cameo Wilson, Jamie Maley, Cam Schuster, Matt Berger, Nick Moore:

Shenzhen Vacation Vid

Tuesday, May 15th, 2012

Push.ca has a video feature going called Shenzhen Vacation, which touches on a 3-week trip to the Far East earlier this year. Watch Matt Berger, Nick Moore, Mike Campbell, Jason Gordon, AJ McCallister, Mike Vince and Corey Klim run game on perfect China spots, with narration by Supra Dist. TM Dane Collison, Brian Caissie and more.

Find all 4 of the Supra Dist. China 2012 videos featuring their riders by clicking here.

Happy 4/20

Friday, April 20th, 2012

Supra Dist. created a 4/20 edit to compliment the 4/20-themed giveaway from Girl on their Facebook page. This cut features AJ McCallister, Pat O’Rourke, Corey Klim, Derek Swaim, Ian Twa and Cameo Wilson rollin’ it up…

Supra Dist. In China – Teaser

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

Our pals at Supra Dist. recently spent a month in China, and will be releasing mini-parts (clips and cuts by Dane Collison) from Nick Moore, AJ McCallister, Corey Klim and Matt Berger. For now, a teaser:

Take a look back at our comprehensive China Report blog coverage from last year, along with a full feature in online flip-through version of Issue 113.

Retro Returns #3

Monday, February 13th, 2012

Since the exclusive content archives run pretty deep here at concreteskateboarding.com, we’re serving up something from the past on a weekly basis (or whenever we remember to do it)…

Retro Returns #3 takes a look back at a little bro-cam montage that supplemented our 10-page In The OK feature (that’s complete with a Beer Darts “lesson”) that you’ll find in Issue 109 online. Skylar Kehr and Mike Schulze filmed and appear in this video that chronicles the skateboarding side of their adventure in BC’s Okanagan. Also featured is Derek Swaim, Arte Lew, AJ McCallister, Desmond Hoostie, Danny Empey, Matt Berger and Spencer Hamilton

Visit CONCRETE TV for the full archive of our videos.

The TENS Sections – Part 12

Monday, November 28th, 2011

Don’t Sleep Productions premiered TENS in late ’09, featuring 10 tricks from a grip of rippers, and Concrete was amongst the project’s list of supporters (check out our TENS feature in the  online version of Issue 104 - Dec.’09). Now it’s being released in convenient sections. Part 12 features Ian Twa, AJ McCallister, Spencer Hamilton, Russ Milligan and Bryan Wherry:

Catch Twa on the cover of Issue 112, along with an alternate angle of that cuv leading into an extended web version of the #112 feature, 1611 East (with Twa, Spencer, Wherry and more). You’ll find AJ in The China Report feature and Russ in The Portugal Recollection (along with the exclusive video supplement) – all in this Issue 113 post.

More from TENS…
Part 1: Paul Trep, Desmond Hoostie and Mike “Hashbrown” Schulze.
Part 2: Alien and Nate Roline.
Part 3: Sean Lowe, TJ Rogers, Brad Warlimont and Derek Swaim.
Part 4: Kellen Chillibeck
Part 5: Cory Wilson, Chad Murray, Ryan Decenzo and John Hanlon.
Part 6: Colin Lambert, Nelson Conway, Jordan Hoffart, Adam “Mortal” McLaughlin and Paul Machnau.
Part 7: Deer Man Of Dark Woods.
Part 8: Timmy Oberg, Eric Warlimont and Hill Sulpher.
Part 9: Dan Arget, Brandon Del Bianco, Hayden Kelly and Matt Berger.
Part 10: Bradley Sheppard and Chris Haslam.
Part 11: Jamie Maley, Richard Sarrazin, Danny Hagge, Chris Connolly and Nate Lacoste.

‘Film Fatties 2′ Online – Full Video

Sunday, October 30th, 2011

Vancouver’s Hunter Wood premiered Film Fatties 2 in Vancouver in late 2010, and the feature length video was available on DVD in early 2011. This project was supported by Concrete (check out our complete FF2 content archive), and now Hunter has released the full video online.

Watch Rory Fulber, Nelson Conway, David Novotny, Caleb Borosevich, Pat Maloney, Chris Logiacco, AJ McCallister, Nick Moore, Issue 115 cover bro Corey Klim, Nickey Reu, Tony Myshlyaev and more…

Funkadelic in the Streets

Wednesday, September 14th, 2011

SixOhFor Media laces up another Metro Vancouver street and ghetto spot montage, featuring Arte Lew, Jamie Walker, Ben Greengrove, Clayton Uhlig, Jorden Murray, AJ McCallister, Nelson Conway, Mikey Leblanc, Jordan Repin and Kyutae Kim.

CONCRETE Skateboarding Issue 113 Online

Wednesday, July 27th, 2011

Concrete #113 was released in finer skateshops across Canada on June 10th. If you didn’t get a chance to grab the print version, it’s available right here for the same price – FREE. Click the image below and use the simple navigation tools to check it out. While you’re at it, take a look at how far the mag has come since 1990 by visiting the digital archive we’ve been building.

There’s an 8-page feature called The Portugal Recollection, and this exclusive video supplement (brought to you by Think and éS) features Russ Milligan, Kevin Lowry and Josh Matthews // Filmed and edited by Justin Carlson // Post-production elements by David Ehrenreich // Music: “Too Many Rules” (1961/Portuguese version) by Connie Francis.

As part of the Slub Bucks: A Suburban Exploitation feature in the mag, Jordan Moss and Wade Power released the second Slub Bucks promo. It includes Brandon “Beaster” Bandula, Bobby De Keyzer, Jesse Mullins, Charles Deschamps, TJ Rogers, Will Marshall, Mitch Donovan, Brandon Del Bianco, Matt Berger and Will Cristofaro. // Filmed and edited by Jordan Moss and Wade Power // Post-production elements by David Ehrenreich // Music: “Numéro 10″ (featuring Booba & Kurupt) from the album The Passion Of Tupac (a DJ Critikal mixtape, 2005).

While Concrete Photo Editor Brian Caissie was rolling 15-deep in the Far East earlier this year, he provided The China Report photo updates (and 14-page feature in Issue 113), as well as this bro-cam montage from the trip featuring Will Blakley, Nick Moore, AJ McCallister, Mike Campbell, Justin Allain, Evan Bourque, Corey Klim, Stacy Gabriel, Derek Swaim and Cory Wilson // Music: “Automatic Stop” by The Strokes from the album Room On Fire (2003).

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Eric Wollam has been steadily providing art direction for Almost Skateboards since 2004, and he was featured in this issue’s Art Blender spread.

To download “Paris Indian”, created for Concrete by Eric Wollam, select a wallpaper size you like and save the image from the new window:


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SixOhFor’s Plaz Visit

Wednesday, July 20th, 2011

SixOhForMedia has dropped another collection of clips, and this time it’s Ben Greengrove, Braden Willie, Tyler Holm, AJ McCallister and Arte Lew at the Vancouver Plaza making it happen in front of the good ol’ VX-1000/Mark 1 combo.

Catch more from AJ in “The China Report” online, and in our July 2011 issue…

The China Report: Blog-Cam Cut

Wednesday, July 13th, 2011

While Concrete Photo Editor Brian Caissie was rolling 15-deep in China earlier this year, he provided The China Report photo updates from the Far East, as well as the comprehensive 14-page feature you’ll find in the July 2011 issue of the mag. Caissie brought the office Sony “Bloggie” video cam on the trip to pass around to the homies during their travels. That is until he was pick-pocketed on the dance floor at the infamous Babyface club in Shenzhen. Here’s a cut of the salvaged footy…

Skaters in order of appearance // Will Blakley, Nick Moore, AJ McCallister, Mike Campbell, Justin Allain, Evan Bourque, Corey Klim, Stacy Gabriel, Derek Swaim and Cory Wilson.

Music // “Automatic Stop” by The Strokes from the album Room On Fire (2003).

Issue 113 is available now (and for free) in finer skateshops across Canada. If you haven’t picked up a copy yet, you can find a preview run-through of the cover and features right here.

Concrete Skateboarding’s exclusive videos can be found on our Vimeo and YouTube channels, and they’re viewable on your iPhone and iPad:

www.vimeo.com/concreteskate // www.youtube.com/concreteskatemag

AJ McCallister on SkateNewSpot…

Wednesday, May 25th, 2011

These days, Vancouver’s AJ McCallister is hooked up by Lakai through Supra Dist., Baker flow through Ultimate and BLVD Skateshop. He’s also the latest to get SkateNewSpotted by Ben Oleynik. Click the image to learn all about “noodling” and AJ’s travel schedule over the past winter.

Back 180 nosegrind // Photo: David Christian

See more from AJ in our exclusive Film Fatties 2 bonus footage and Concrete #110 feature by clicking here. You’ll also spot him in Brian Caissie’s “China Report” blog posts and in this here video from the Far East.

“Squambladesh”

Wednesday, April 20th, 2011

Earlier this week, Concrete video reviewer Ben Stoddard sent over a private link to Don’t Sleep Productions’ latest video. Shot in Squamish, BC, this project was a solid last-minute submission to the Whistler Telus Ski & Snowboard Festival’s “72hr. Filmmaker Showdown”.

“We went up to the director’s meeting with no script or plan hoping we would come up with something magically,” Benny explains. “On the drive it was blue bird and we decided to stick to what we know best and shoot a skate montage. After a few phone calls we gathered the troops and had an epic 2 day journey into Squambladesh.”

Now that it’s been given the green light to post, you can watch AJ McCallister, Corey Klim, Cory Wilson, Nick Moore, Nate Lacoste and company take care of business:

AJ and Coco in China

Thursday, April 7th, 2011

As a follow up to the Part 1 China video featuring Derek Swaim and Nick Moore (check out Nugget’s first interview on p.48 of the Issue 109 online edition), Dane Collison/Supra Dist. posted a Part 2 vid featuring AJ McAllister and Corey Klim in the Far East. A little taste of what’s to come in a not-so-distant-future issue of Concrete.

Check out Brian Caissie’s ‘China Report’ from the same trip by clicking here.