Oi Mate! Episode 3: Sunrise to sunset

Boardworld and Olliepop Films present ‘Oi Mate!’ – a new series from the land down under.

Proudly supported by Forum Snowboards, FYVE Snowboards, Mint Tours, Rhythm Snowboard Shop and Perisher.

This time the crew got real busy. Waking up before sunrise and shooting after the sun went down, all in the name of chasing pow, hitting handrails, sending perfect park jumps and having a bloody good time while doing it! We teamed up with the photographers from AUS & NZ Snowboarding Mag for exclusive photo shoots, some of which you can see in their latest issue, on shelves right now in all good news agencies AUS and NZ wide.

Resorts: Perisher, Falls Creek and Thredbo

Riders: Jye Kearney, Jeremy Burns, Mat Galina, Jed Davidson, Troy Storrock, Louis Macindoe, Paul Edwards, Harley Trivic, Sean Thompson, Greg Murray, Billy Hayman, Reuben Cameron, Charlie Steinbacher and Iver Lynne.

Big thanks to Chriso and Alex @ Australia & NZ Snowboarding Mag for organising the Perisher sunset shoot.

Camera 1: Jeremy Richardson

Animation: Luke Mallinson @ Giraffe, Visual Communications Management.

www.boardworld.com.au
www.olliepopfilms.com
www.forumsnowboards.com
www.5fyve.com
www.minttours.com
www.rhythmsnowsports.com.au
www.perisher.com.au

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