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Tag: Morgan Campbell

Domingo Melbourne – Trailer

By on Monday October 10 2016 in Skateboarding, Video

The latest chapter in Josh Roberts’ Domingo series, documents the happenings of Melbourne’s ever growing skate scene. You can expect to see nothing but pure class from the likes of Casey Foley, James Whineray, Kaloe Kaaikala, Louie Dodd, Ricky Watt, Morgan Campbell and more. More ›


By on Tuesday September 13 2016 in Skateboarding, Video

VX expert Josh Roberts has made a few recent visits to France (from Australia) to film in Bordeaux & Marseille with the Magenta Skateboards crew. The result; DIMANCHE, the french opus of his Domingo series, featuring Glen Fox, Leo Valls, Morgan Campbell, Masaki Ui, Vivien Feil, Yoan… More ›

The Snake Run

By on Thursday April 21 2016 in Skateboarding, Video

The Snake Run is a 20-minute documentary about Australia’s oldest skatepark, built in 1976 in Albany. The film features a few words from regular Manual contributor, Morgan Campbell, along with Graham Macaulay, Steve Macaulay, Robbie Hicks, Harry Clark and many more who played an influential role… More ›

Butter Goods – Irie

By on Wednesday July 1 2015 in News, Skateboarding, Video

The latest clip from Australian clothing company Butter Goods – ‘Irie’. Featuring one of the most stylish people on a skateboard Casey Foley alongside Aussie legend and Manual contributor Morgan Campbell, power house Alex Campbell and SF shredder Ben Gore among others! Not a bad… More ›

Boans Warehouse Demo – Perth 1996

By on Monday November 10 2014 in Skateboarding, Video

Morgan Campbell’s been digging through the archives and has come up with some VHS footage from a 1996 demo at Perth’s Boans Warehouse, featuring Josh Kalis, Fred Gall, Matt Mumford, Laban Pheidias, John Reeves, Morgan Campbell and AJ Mueller. In 1996 the SKAWA (Skateboard Association… More ›

The 4 Family Vacation

By on Wednesday March 26 2014

Nike SB AU team riders Casey Foley, Harry Clark, Mike Martin and Morgan Campbell all star in this clip from 4 Skateboards filmed around Melbourne and Adelaide. More ›