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Here is the Black Label Project at the London Freeze ski and music Festival 2010
Sorry for the delay, been mad busy last week and only just got some time to myself to get this done.
This is a collabaration betweeen Unity Productions and the Black Label Project. It is a collection of footage we shot over the weekend. Its called "Rain Edition" because of the predictable British Weather that loves to reak havoc on this event!
Skiers in order:
Joe Tomlinson, Gus Kenworthy, Henrik Harlaut, Oscar Harlaut, Jacob Wester, Russ Henshaw, James "Woodsy" Woods, Paddy Graham, Bobby Brown, Elias Ambuhl, Jon Olson.
I am sure that there a many others you would like to see but we struggled a bit with co-ordinating take off and landing shots so this is an overview of the better footage we had. Its a mix of shots from the saturday night practice session, sunday morning practice and the sunday finals.
The final three runs are shown here and are shot from the Judges area, as they would see them. (thanks to Danny Roockley for getting these!) Jacob won with a dub 12, Jon second with his dub 10 and Henrik third with a switch dub 10 (i missed the shot!) beating Russ who landed a switch dub 9 and fell on a switch dub 10. Henrik went for a dub 12 blunt but didnt stick it sadly.
There is a good write up of the event at the unity website here : unity-productions.co.uk/â€‹home/â€‹?p=354 with some banging photos taken by Harry Foskett
Thanks to Rob Embling who shot most of this.
Don't forget to check out The Daily Grind, Unity's second movie, available to watch for free here: unity-productions.co.uk/â€‹movie.html
On the music front Roni Size and Pendulum killed it, not forgetting the Loose Cannon Playaz who destroyed the Relentless stage on Saturday. From the slope to the party we hit it HARD this weekend.
We all hope the Freeze will be back next year for more fun