Tag: Lorenz Sutter

After last year’s Germany tour the Yama crew decided to stay in their motherland Austria to see what it offers, and they found themselves some amazing spots to skate. The bank-to-barrier spot looks like a lot of fun.

The Yama Skateboards van passed through Berlin end of summer last year after a lot of beers and skating in Nuremberg, Kassel, and Hannover. You don´t really see skateboarders doing van tours anymore these days so we had a nostalgic feeling watching this video. The whole trip was documented by our friend Jan Federer who runs the Vienna-based magazine ABD and after seeing/reading the article we were eager to watch the video. Unfortunately, editing the video took a while which was probably because of Lorenz having to work a lot, or maybe it was because of him having to renew his free Adobe Premiere trial every seven days(:P). But in the end, he finished it and the video is definitely worth a watch!

Check out the ABD article HERE.

Our good friend Leon Moss dropped this video out of nowhere and it blew us away. He told us since he started to film for various brands and saved clips for possible future projects, he never ended up continuing to make his own videos after his “So Silly” video. A lot of footage piled up on his hard drive, so instead of letting those clips get dustier and dustier, he decided to edit this video. We had no idea he had so much up his sleeve. Amazing work Leon! We can´t wait for the next one!

Make sure to go back and rewatch Leon’s previous edits HERE.

It is no secret that we have a special place in our hearts for Vienna, from the Turtles to Louis Marschall and Toni Donau we love to support the city that once together with Budapest was at the top of Europe. Now the power might have been redistributed but the city remains one of the best ones to skate in and even though they have the lovely Jan Federer working hard on his ABD mag it is nice to give some extra support isn’t it!

Intro by Roland Hoogwater.
Text and photos via Yama.
Edit by Paul Labadi.

This video shows that YAMA SKATEBOARDS although never gone, yet still returned! The video stars the whole YAMA family including senior members like Muki Rüstig and Mr. Spettel! But it also doesn’t exclude some new faces like Gabs, Nele, and our all-time biggest YAMA friend FUXL! Altogether this project shows that our YAMA vibe is as seductive as it has ever been: no glamor, no fuss.. only good, quality-time skateboarding.

About 2 weeks back we were in Vienna, we met up with the turtle crew, we filmed a little clip of this British guy Henry who found love in the city and we met up with Louis Marschall. All in all, it was a nice get-together, and most of the faces we saw during those sessions are now represented in this new 11-minute piece.

We asked Louis to tell us a bit more and he came back with this little text:

“I try to be outside filming almost every day anyway but what specifically made this video come together was my good friend Henry Gibbs.

“Because of the global outbreak of Covid-19 and the fact that his girlfriend is currently living in Vienna he decided to extend his trip to the city way longer than planned (In the end, he stayed about 4 months). 

Due to his positive energy and motivational skills, we had a really good time filming in beautiful Vienna. I believe this video shows just that, FUN, and I look forward to seeing him again. Cheers to Henry and all of my friends!”

Now simply press play and enjoy the ride.

Featuring:

Lorenz Sutter, Franco Simeoni, Max Geiselbrechtinger, Maxi Thienen, Max Rumpeltes, Paul Spendiér, Adrian Correa Kunnen, Manuel Correa Kunnen, Anton Defant, Markus Fischer, Danny Wright, Raphael Krisa, Viktor Szeberin, Sebastian Weissinger, Jan Federer, Lucas Jankoschek, Henry Gibbs & Louis Marschall.

Here is Louis Marschall’s second video in a week. After their trip to Paris, they went straight back home to get another one. Stacks on top of stacks!

Feat.: Louis Marschall, Anton Defant, Max Geiselbrechtinger, Danny Wright, Thomas Fuchs, Markus Fischer, Raphi Krisa, Manuel Correa Kunnen, Sebi Binder, Christoph Binder, Dominik Scharfer, Franco Simeoni, Lorenz Sutter, Simon Merz, Lucas Jankoschek, Martin Weiß, Gabriel Schmiedt, Max Rumpeltes, Viktor Szeberin, Philip Maric, Nikola Hergovich, Franz Ferdinand Greiter & Fabi Sandholzer.

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