Articles Tagged: sammy-luebke

Sol Food Teaser

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Sol Food Teaser

WillFilmForFood presents the teaser for Sol Food, which features a heaping helping of pow riding. Featuring Forrest Burki, Kyota Miyake, Frederik Kalbermatten, Sammy Luebke, Shayne Pospisil, Mark Carter, and Wyatt […]

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Live Young Teaser: Grow Up Productions

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Live Young Teaser: Grow Up Productions

The teaser for Grow Up Productions' new free short film coming out Sept 2012. Featuring riding by amateur and pro riders from all walks of life. ENJOY! (Riders appearing in teaser: Nick Poohachoff, Andrew Brewer, Brandon Reis, Sammy Luebke, Bj Linne, Ross Patton, Jordan Nield, Ben Wynn, Micah Hoogeveen, Danny Garrity, Joe Bosler)

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Standard TB20: Episode 10 – Goat Boarding

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Standard TB20: Episode 10 – Goat Boarding

Blair Habenicht and Sammy Luebke take to the hills with goats.... that's right, goats. Somehow one of them ended up turning blue, it probably got too cold. But regardless, it made for an interesting edit for Standard Films' latest episode from their movie "TB20".

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New Year’s High Resoultion: Mike Yoshida’s Top 10 Photos

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New Year’s High Resoultion: Mike Yoshida’s Top 10 Photos

Photos & Captions: Mike Yoshida To bring in the New Year and celebrate the past we are bringing you "New Year's High Resolution" photo galleries from SNOWBOARDER Magazine's senior photographers and staff of their top 10 photos from the 2010-2011 season. The next "Top 10" gallery comes from the most recent addition to the SNOWBOARDER Magazine staff, associate photo editor, Mike Yoshida. During the summer months when not out in the field shooting some of the top pro snowboarders, Yosh is in the SNOWBOARDER offices shooting some of the top product for the magazine. Here is what he has to say about last season: "People always ask me throughout the entire season 'Have you been having a good year?' and I usually reply with 'I don't know'. The reason why I never have a clear definitive answer is because, after all is said and done, what really makes it good? Is it the experience of traveling somewhere new? Or is it how many covers you bagged? Or is it your favorite photo you ever took, that never made it to print? Or is it simply doing what you love for a living? I guess for me, it's all of the above, and so I've answered my own question, 'yes, it's been good, and I can't wait for more!' - Mike Yoshida

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