Trevor Graves | The Bomb Hole Episode 115
This creative genius shot some of the most iconic photos in snowboarding shaping the image of the sport though his photography in the late 80’s and early 90’s, then would go on to be a founding member of Nemo Design where his conceptual photography, advertising, and graphic design would again help shape the sport we all love so much! In this episode we talk the early days of snowboard photography, the Misty Cam, skateboarding’s influence on snowboarding, fostering creativity, advice for photographers, advice for entrepreneurs, Wy’East, New Zealand, The Stratton halfpipe sessions in the late 80’s and so much more! Join us as we sit down with this photographer legend and hear the break down of some of the most iconic snowboard photos of all time on this week’s episode of The Bomb Hole!
0:00:00 | Intro | The Early Days | Early Snowboard Photography | Skateboarding Influence | Iconic Scott Clum Image | Todd Richards |
0:21:26 | Early Stratton Night Shoots | Classic Jeff Brushie Image | Cole Barash | Photography Advice | It’s All Who You Know |
0:51:25 | Migration To Oregon | Name That Video Part | Snowboarding’s Growth | The Misty Cam | Iconic Russel Winfield Photo | Classic Trevor Graves Photos |
1:25:58 | Pub Beer Crap Shoot | New Zealand | Nemo Design | Business Advice |
1:44:49 | Fostering Creativity | Company’s Turn Over Rate | Board Sports Authenticity |
1:54:55 | Shooting Photo’s | Trevor’s Role At Nemo | Advice For Young Entrepreneur’s | Wy’East | Hot Takes | Whats Next? | Thanks |
Show Notes -
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