All photos shot by Cooper Brownlee unless otherwise stated.
Photodump #3 consisting of shots from the past couple months. I recently started with shooting flashes again which has motivated me to shoot more. Hope you guys like the most recent stuff…
Late night pop transfer from Frenchie. Usually you get kicked from here within the few couple minutes but we got lucky and had just enough time to get this shot.
Probably my favourite photo of late. Age and I spent over an hour trying to get the tram directly behind him when we took this. We got there in the end and I think it was worth the time spent.
Seeing Adam Stone out was a treat last week. It's always enjoyable riding and chatting with him. New spot that isn't really as good as it looks but Blue makes it look a treat.
I made Jax do this again after he filmed it so we could shoot this sequence, I knew he wasn't super excited about having to do it again but it worked out as he got it first try.
Before working in the BMX industry I was a cabinet maker and that entire time I worked with Kai Moody's dad. I remember him telling me his son had started riding and now years later I am shooting photos of the kid at my local park.
Marnold is back!
I haven't shot flatland for a few years but it's something I really love doing. Shoutout to Shane Badman for driving 2 hours to Melbourne on a week night for this shot and a few others.
Another shot of Age. wall to fakie is definitely one of his go-to moves and this set-up was begging to be shot.
This one is from a couple months back now. Brad Anderson tagged along for a day whilst out filming with a few guys. Brad was just going a lot higher then anyone else on this iconic spot so I had to grab a shot of one of his 360's.
Whilst in Sydney last month, Lewis Mills came out on a mission and wasted no time absolutely killing it. His first bars to ice filming for the Genesis mixtape.
I just knew Luke Parker would like this spot and he came through with some solids. Shot by Jack Kelly.
Zac Miner is a beast! This is one of those spots that when something gets done on it, it goes down in local history. No photo or video will ever do this justice. Shot by Lachy Swanton.
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