Drop by Joel’s site and you will be treated to a superb montage of shots.
Local Nelson skater Andrew Summersides featured here.
Underworld x Color Magazine x Omit Clothing are proud to announce the premier of “Poisonous Products
London Pub Directions
Jeremy Elkin presents “Poisonous Products.” A short film shot entirely in New York throughout the past year. Come enjoy a brief night of continuous NY skateboarding and music. Free admission. 2 $ beers. Lots of free stuff.
Being one of the youngest filmers on the Canadian skateboard scene at the age of 22 years old, Jeremy Elkin is already a veteran with 10 years filming experience under his belt. He is a humble Montrealer who has made a name for himself by creating skateboard videos and capturing some of Canada’s best skaters from east to west with his particularly creative style of filming.
Jeremy is a skater and a motivator when he’s behind the camera, showing mad patience and confidence in the skater he’s capturing which makes filming with him a productive good time. He’s always good to go and his batteries are always charged!— Barry Walsh
Joel Dufresne is a photographer based in Vancouver, British Columbia. Though he mainly works freelance as a skateboard photographer for magazines, Dufresne shoots all genres.
To date he has been published in Concrete Skateboarding, Color Magazine, Transworld SKATEboarding, SBC, Kingshit, and a few other top skateboard magazines. Along with his photography, he has done graphic work for a number of companies. Dufresne works for Color Magazine doing pre-press work and photography.
Doors open @ 8.
Video start at 9 so arrive early.
2516 Douglas St.
Victoria, BC. V8T 4M1
Gallery Hours during
Monday to Saturday
Sundays the showing artists sit the
Wednesday 10-1PM and 6-9PM
Pro Skateboard Photographer Tadashi Yamaoda
I started taking skateboard photography seriously in 2000 after I had graduated college in San Diego. I started off shooting for Automatic Magazine and worked closely with them. We did some fun projects and I worked my way to becoming their photo editor.
In 2005 I changed things up and moved to Oakland and began working freelance. Over the years I’ve done projects and editorial for Slap, Skateboarder, TWS, Thrasher, and The SkateboardMag.
Recently I’ve been focusing time working with Lowcard Magazine doing photography and I’ve now entered the video realm side of things as well.
Last year I got an itch to do a little side thing for fun and it ended up being Kobrah Magazine. It’s still fun and rewarding putting out what you see fit and I’ve been getting lots of positive feedback.
What I feel for skateboarding?
I love it! The culture, the camaraderie, the adventures, and the sense of accomplishment when landing a trick. Skating is the shit!!