Photographer Profile: Piotr Glodzik

At Be-Mag, we like a good photo. But who are the guys that put in the work to bring you the the hottest images from the skating world? With our 'Photographer Profiles' we want to shed light on those people. In this article, Piotr Glodzik talks about how he started taking pictures, where his hobby has taken him so far and so on. Of course, he also shares with us some of his best images.

Checking in with Photographer Sam DeAngelis

Sam DeAngelis's photography has been popping up a lot lately. If you read online rolling media than you've seen his work shooting the NY and NJ scene. Want to know more about him? So did we, so we checked in, and Sam delivered this nice little interview along with some exclusive shots!

A-Town Stomp Fourplay: A Southern Thang

There’s a few things you can expect when attending a Stomp: Southern hospitality, Southern blading, Southern cooking, Southern gals, Southern pals, Southern partying and Downright grimy Southern spots. This year's A-Town Stomp was no exception, it's a Southern thang.

Amsterdam Week: An Interview With Gijs Piss AKA The Inventor of the Real Street Contest

Gijs 'Piss' Peetsold has been an influential blader since the 90s. Sure he can shred, and inspire through blading, but his real strength lies in all the things that make blading badass off the skates. Media, events, brands, developing talented young bladers, he's had his fingers in all those pies. At his ripe age you'd expect him to take it easy, and let skating take the backseat. But no. He and his colleague (Amnon Klein) recently created an epic grindbox across the street from his work, and by doing so got half of the washed up generation of Amsterdam's bladers back on four/eight wheels. All in a day's work for this bald cat owning, single-malt sipping, cigar smoking, poker playing rollerblader. This dude is invaluable, not just for the world of Blading, but especially for those who's life he enriches with kindness, generosity and the ability to criticize everything to an early death. My man Piss.