Tag Archives: action sports retailers

ASR Marketplace 2010

This is the third consecutive show that Deep Communications has turned to Death Cookie Entertainment to cover the Action Sports Retailers trade show in San Diego and this show was by far the biggest and best show yet. This time around ASR had a total of four shows comprising the event (ASR, Class@ASR, Sacred Craft, and Crossroads) and they wanted more in depth coverage than ever before. Death Cookie Ent. was able to meet all of the clients video needs (30 videos shot during the three day event) and deliver all of the final videos either on site or within a week after the event and promoted the videos online to ensure they were being viewed by people in the action sports industry.

Check out all of the videos on the ASRLive Youtube channel

Billabong's Art of Shaping

It was quite the honor to get the chance to shoot with some of the best shapers in Orange County preparing their entry boards for the Billabong Art of Shaping: OC edition that will take place at ASR and Sacred Craft in San Diego on August 13th-14th 2010.

Mickey Munoz

Steve Boehne- Infinity Surfboards

Cole Simlar- Cole Surfboards

Billabong Art of Shaping at Sacred Craft

Jamie Thomas

I got the chance to link up with skateboard legend Jamie Thomas yesterday to talk with him about Crossroads (his trade show.) I was trying to listen to all of the cool things that he was saying, but I kind of wanted to apologize to him for all the times I’ve hucked his avatar off a roof while playing Tony Hawk Pro skater.
I guess I’m hoping that there wasn’t some crazy voodoo doll effect…

ASR Live- RAEN Optics

ASR Access is coming up next week (feb. 3rd and 4th) and DCE will be there to capture all of the action, so make sure to check into the ASR Live youtube page or www.ASRbiz.com

I finished editing this little gem last night.
Enjoy!

ASR Live: New age of guerrilla marketing

I was recently hired to shoot and edit a web series for Action Sports Retailers (the premier action sports industry trade show in San Diego,CA.)
The concept is pretty simple, set up an edit bay in the closest hotel room possible, shoot video all day and edit sometime between shooting and sleeping. I was able to shoot, edit and post over 31 clips in total over the span of about 4 days and have them posted to various sites (youtube, ASR, etc.) before people arrived at their desks on Monday.

Check out all of the clips by clicking the logo…
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Here’s one of my favorites…