In Germany, Sven Ischen already made himself a name with his love for negative tricks and scary spots. The Enin brothers been following his development for quite a while and decided to work on a video with him.
The end product speaks for it self. So sit back and enjoy the Ischen Mission. We can’t wait to see his upcoming projects. Filmed and edited by Daniel Enin.
Since Shaolin Sessions was a hit and lovely accepted by the scene the Enin brothers decided to go for another one.
For his Remz Pro Introduction, Jo Zenk teamed up with close friends Eugen and Daniel Enin to present the new and highly anticipated Remz HR 2.0. Shot within 6 days during October 2017 in 4K on Sony A7S II and edited by Daniel Enin.
“When Daniel offered to help me shooting this project for Remz I couldn’t be happier. I had an amazing time shooting with the homies working on a productive and professional level with Daniel. It is amazing to work with people I completely trust in what they do to let me focus on my part completely and it turned into my favorite project so far. I couldn’t be happier with what he came up with and the result speaks for itself.” - Jo Zenk.
A rainy day at the USD/ Powerslide HQ turned into a chocolate flavored skatepark session with USD’s Eugen Enin & Sam Crofts, thanks to Bayreuth’s Schokofabrik. Luckily, Daniel Enin & Mark Heuss captured some moves of the two, including a quick guest appearance of Mister Borklyn Zoo himself.
“Last month I popped out to HQ to address a few things… Hoped to blade outside but it rained everyday, luckily Eugen Enin, Daniel Enin and I managed to link up with Mark Heuss and grab a quick hour at the local indoor park. Cheers to the owners for letting us have the place to ourselves for a bit!” - Sam Crofts.
“60 seconds of the Pro finals raw cut including a dancing Miguel Martinez by Borklyn Zoo filmer Daniel Enin at the Shred Cologne Blading Festival 2017!” You can check a longer version of the edit (photo).
Blading Camp Awards
Eugen Enin on 72 Aeon. After all the fun with the first 72 video Eugen got himself the grey version and did it again! He chose the perfect spots to show how useful this setup is. especially for the bad german ground conditions. Cam and cut by Daniel Enin.
Eugen Enin wanted to use the Kizer Trimax frames the right way and we searched for some interesting spots. Looks like it worked out pretty well and he couldn’t ask for a better setup to discover these spots. - Daniel Enin.
“I have given it much thought. It seems, disaster must come. At best, only postponed. Shaolin Kung-Fu. To survive must now be taught, to more young men. We must expand, get more pupils. So that the knowledge will spread”. Cam and Cut by Daniel Enin. Additional filming by Martin Herber.
Filmed & edited by Daniel Enin.
Music: Audionautix - Busybody.