Ty Evans is a cinematographer/director known for pushing the boundaries of action sports filmmaking. Ty made a name for himself as a pioneer who incorporated high production value to skateboarding videos, and over time established himself in the industry as a technological innovator. In this RED Collective profile, Ty reflects on how the principles of skateboarding played an integral role in furthering his career. Watch as he discusses how RED cameras put technology once reserved for big-budget productions into the hands of shooters everywhere, and helped fuel his constant drive to refine his craft.
Decorated South African surfer Jordy Smith was in the water surfing south of Durban, South Africa, so Brad Mommsen thought he’d capture some overhead video of the professional surfer catching some waves. What he got instead was eye-opening footage of sharks circling the (…)
A monitor lizard put up an impressive defense against a leopard cub in an encounter captured in video on a dirt road by a tourist at the Kaingu Safari Lodge in Zambia. The lizard used its long tail to slap around the young cougar, which appeared flummoxed. “The tails can (…)
What caused the death of a 9-foot great white shark found dead on a Central California beach last Sunday? Perhaps a better question is who caused the death of the apex predator? The California Department of Fish and Wildlife launched a criminal investigation (…)
Vans Argentina inauguró su skatepark de Buenos Aires y presento la 4ª edición del Authentic Bowl Sessions, una fiesta que reunió a los mejores bowleros del país junto a invitados latinoamericanos y una terrible demo del team internacional. Vans Argentina opened its (…)
Watch Rage Against the Machine’s Tim Commerford rip the Turbo Levo in the Malibu hills.
Japanese Skateboarder Keyaki Ike has dropped a brand new part for 2018. For the past 6 months, this 17 years old Japanese kid has not stopped, traveling back and forth between home and overseas for filming and contests. This piece of footage displays all of the hard (…)
What does Danny Hart do to calm his nerves before a race run? And how does he find the perfect tire pressure? Follow the Redcar Rocket from his hometown, to the world cup and discover his fresh approach to racing. “There’s not many people that get to experience this kind (…)
Shot in the beautiful blue water of the South Pacific, Blue Intensity captures the Vans Surf team riding monsters. Directed and scored by George Trim, Blue Intensity is a hard pounding, action packed thriller of just one thing, pure surfing. Check out the full movie now.