Posts tagged with ‘Brad Hill’.
It’s Alway Sunny in Tsawwassen

06.22.14 → TWEET THIS POST | 2 Comments | x x x

Summer is officially here, get out there, ride bikes and have good times with your buds.
A fun afternoon with Matt Desson, Jeff Evans, Andy Roode and Brad Hill at Tsawwassen, BC while it rained everywhere else in Vancouver.

Dumpy Spirit 3D by Chilling Spree

05.18.14 → TWEET THIS POST | 2 Comments | x x x x x

Trip on this. Chilling Spree brings us this casual cruising edit in 3D, or as they put it, “a visual exploration of a group of chillers delving into the third dimension”. Dig out your 3D glasses and jump in. Riders include Greg Flag, Orlando, Riley McMaster, and Brad Hill.

World Deece Starting Roster V2

05.09.14 → TWEET THIS POST | 1 Comment | x x x x x x x x x x x x x x

Following up the first World Deece starting Roster Mixtape is a tough act to follow but James Dean and fellow Vancouver shredders (Carl Arnett, Chance Campbell, Chris Henry, Drew Morton, Grat Cox, James Dean, Jordan Hango, Ky Brisebois, Mike Matsen, Orlando, Brad Hill, Regan Miller, Ryan Hiebert and Thomas Arden) have really killed it in this V2 mixtape. There’s a ton of rad stuff from the World Deece super pro team throughout so hit play already and get trippy.

Filmed and edited by James Dean, check out Worlddeece.com

Bobby’s Show – St. Catharines – March 8th

02.21.14 → TWEET THIS POST | No Comments |

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Our friend and regular contributor Brad Hill is set to have a solo photography show next month on March 8th starting at 8:00pm. It’ll be at the Niagara Artists Centre in St. Catharines, ON so if you are anywhere in the Southern Ontario area we recommend you come out. He has been living in BC for the majority of the last year and will be showing a variety of photographs of his west coast life, which will be available for purchase, as well as a photobook and some other items. Come out and support this event.

Union Press 4: R.I.P.

12.24.13 → TWEET THIS POST | 1 Comment | x x

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The fourth and final issue of Union Press is finally complete and now available. Those that aren’t familiar, Union Press is a Canadian BMX newspaper with photos, profiles, stories, and drawings by Brad Hill and Prashant Gopal (myself). After a few hiccups with printing, we’ve finally finished our latest issue, which will also be the last. We’ve put out four issues in the span of two years, and thousands upon thousands of copies in to the hands of riders all over the country. Putting together a paper of this size and scope is not an easy task, but it’s been an incredible learning process the whole time, and a small way to give back to a community and sport that has motivated and inspired us all these years, and all the publications and independent projects that have come before us. While it’s bittersweet to end a print project, shutting it down will allow us to concentrate more energy on our other projects (this website being one of them).

The issue will begin shipping January 2nd, 2014 and be available for free across Canada in better bike shops and is distributed by Ten Pack. Inside you will find a profile on Greg Henry’s Bridgespot, Mike Fiz’s favourite things in Montreal, a joke column from Greg Flag, and a whole lot more from various contributors such as Charlie Coombs, Zach Rampen, Luke Santucci, Charlie Crumlish, Matt Bosco, Riley McMaster, Trent Barker, and Dave Scott. On top of 4 broadsheets full of great photos and content, you’ll also get four fold out posters on the backside from MacNeil, Eclat, BMX Gallery 4130, and BMXFU.

For those that don’t have a reliable bike shop in close distance, or live outside of Canada, you can also order a copy from our online store, which will also come with one of three limited edition stickers. Check out some more photos from some of the spreads below, and look for copies in your local shop soon.

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Brad Hill Vancouver ESPN Scene Report

11.23.13 → TWEET THIS POST | No Comments | x

Brad Hill ESPN photo Gallery

Two posts in one week from Mr.Hill! Brad has put together a gallery over on the ESPN site showcasing the crew of dudes he rides with on the regular. It’s awesome to see West-Coast spots, through the wide eyed Ontario transplant. After checking the gallery out, give his work another once over.

The Works of Brad Hill

11.17.13 → TWEET THIS POST | No Comments |

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One of the main creative forces behind the BMXFU empire is Niagra native Brad Hill. A recent west coast transplant, Brad has been compiling a selection of his work on his new site. Along with some of the videos he is well known for, the photographs posted are the real treasures. Brad shoots a lot of handsome medium format scenery shots, some striking riding photos, super chill lifestyle images, and stunning nature snaps. There’s a great variety of mediums and styles that makes his portfolio an outstanding glance.

Peep Brad’s work:
www.BRADHILLWORKS.com

MacNeil Island Getaway

07.01.13 → TWEET THIS POST | 1 Comment | x x x x x

MacNeil‘s Sam Lowe, Taylor Elvy, and Greg Flag took a trip to Vancouver Island last month, and Zach Rampen put together this edit of their time. Bikes, beers, camping, and hatchet throwing. Greg Flag even ends up in a bush. Check out the video above, then head over to their micro site for a gallery of great photos by Brad Hill.

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Greg Damico by Bobby Hill

04.26.13 → TWEET THIS POST | No Comments | x x

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Bobby Hill sent through this photo of Greg Damico doing a tweaked oppo tooth hanger down a rail in Hamilton, ON. Speaking of Damico, you should go buy the digital download of the Subrosa G.U.T.I. video for his clips in the Skeleton Crew section.

Bobby’s Book

04.08.13 → TWEET THIS POST | 2 Comments | x

This past weekend Brad Hill, or Bobby as he is known, gave me a copy of his new photo book, simply titled Bobby’s Book. Despite sharing his photographs on this site, in the pages Union Press, various BMXFU projects, and the odd magazine publication, he still had an overspill of photographs that deserved to be showcased and shared. He did what few people seem to do nowadays and self published his own full colour zine of photographs of his friends and where he’s from. Each photo steers clear of the all-too-common low fisheye angle exaggeration that is common in BMX photographs. Using a multitude of different analog cameras and films, the images are each laid out with careful consideration to the page’s background and hand written captions are scrawled in marker on scraps of paper. If you wanted to get a physical copy of the book you are unfortunately out of luck, as they are already all gone and spoken for. Despite that, Bobby put up a digital copy that you can flip through, and hopefully it inspires others to shoot more photos and share it with their friends.

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