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A Different Perspective: 3 Photographers, 5 Favourite Photos.

Adam Livesley - Chesterfield

Adam Livesley is from Chesterfield and has been quite the regular recently on our FB page posting some sick images. He’s been putting in the work, trying new methods and techniques, speaking with other photographers and generally learning as much as he can and it’s paying dividends.

Here’s Adam’s Top 5:


The first Photo Is of my good friend Rob Andrews. He does a lot for bmx managing Premium UK and Haro UK. He also has his own bike company social bike co. This means he is always busy and doesn’t always ride too much, but when he does he goes mental going big on everything. Kicker to Wall ride 180 at the Asylum Skatepark.


Next photo are of two of my best riding mates Billy Mcallister (left) and Tom Hibbit (right) This photo took us a few attempts to get the timing right but afterwards was stoked on the outcome. Billy tuck no hander the box and Tom doing a steezy look back over the hip.


This Photo is of Loz Parker doing a turn down over the volcano at Asylum Skatepark. Loz is one of those guys that pedals like a mad man at everything. he is also one of the soundest people I know but if you are a scooter kid and you drop in on him run away, fast!


This is my favourite photo of all time by a long way. its of my friend Luke Herring doing a tyre slide at our local park. I just wanted to try something a bit different showing his speed with the awesome sunsets that we get up there and I thought of this and instantly fell in love with the blur and colours. It was also the first photo that got recognised and used by a company because Maxxis tyres used it on their website and social media.


The final photo was from the best week of my life. going to Newquay with 3 of my best mates to ride bikes surf and go to Boardmasters festival. The music was amazing and the bike riding even better. This is of Jamie Eastwood who is one steezy guy doing a downtable in his run which won him the amateur competition. This photo just sums up the whole trip of meeting new people riding bikes near the sea with the sun out.



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