This video is the latest in a long line of videos we’ve produced to cover the exploits of our friend Johnny Roughneck. Back in 2009 we produced a video promoting his new shop “Dwntwn” that had just opened in San Francisco’s Tenderloin District. A year later, he’s got a Best of the Bay Award under his belt and the shop has moved to a new and bigger South of Market location. In his own words, they “ain’t playing.”
This is our inaugural dslr shoot. It was produced by JADED with the help of our friend Ben Youngerman. We shot with a Canon 7D, a Canon 5D Mark II, and employed a Merlin Steadicam with vest and arm.DWNTWN Skate Supply 1086 Howard St. SF, CA
Roughneck Cal Train Tour 2010
Jeremey “…but I’m shooting Johnny.”
Shane Andrews “That’s your problem.”
Jeremey “…but I’m shooting Johnny.”Shane Andrews “That’s your problem.”
Abby Berendt Lavoi
Leftside by Leftside
The Lost Tracks
Inspektah Deck R.E.C. room
Best of Juanitos
Scomber ft. Alex Beroza, Forensic, HiStakes, and Snowflake
Johnny’s life is so crazy we thought it would make a good reality show.
Produced & Shot by Abby Berendt Lavoi & Jeremey Lavoi Edited by Abby Berendt Lavoi
Produced for ESPN.com Shot by Jeremey Lavoi & Abby Berendt Lavoi Edited by Jeremey Lavoi
Shot and Produced on location by Jeremey Lavoi
Roughneck Back to the Backside 9, a Race for Blood and Treasure. It almost got rained out, but a few soldiers showed up, and Johnny said forget the rain, lets do this.
Noah Peacock took it. The shot in the vid where he comes in second was his second time down the last block.
Our friend Dez Sims took a trip from our home town of Lake Charles, LA to visit me in San Francisco and skate for a couple of weeks. This is what we got out of a few days of filming… including a never been done on Clipper. Shane Andrews filmed second angle.
An open cut for “Supercharged”, Pete Koff’s documentary about Tim Brauch. The film premiered Saturday, September 26th 2009 in San Jose, and October 1st in San Francisco. Go to timbrauch.blogspot.com/ for more information.