The Black Country Vol. 4 – Reflections

In situ with the release of the first ever Wolftown deck designed by James Nash, we are proud to present to you Black Country Vol. 4 – Reflections. This volume was filmed solely at Wolverhampton Civic.

Wolverhampton’s skate scene has been full of solidarity since at least the mid 90’s. The Wolverhampton Civic has provided a home to skateboarders within the city throughout the decades. After scares of the Civic being knocked down and seeing the maturity of the current skate scene grow, I decided to create this montage. I chose to film solely at Civic as I wanted to try and portray the history of the spot, as well as reflect on the real unity between skateboarders.

This volume includes skating from: Nick Binnington, Rajinder Sami, Alex Ramsell, Ali Watson, Henry Fox, Christopher Emery, Cam Edwards, Sean Baker, Ian Bird, Dan Brueton, Jason Latchford, Jobie Morris, Ash Wilson, Shaun Boyle, Ste Kaveh, Nick Sharratt, Anthony Ackers, Burger Bigmore, Ciaran Denison, Gib, Jake Round, Luke Elks.

Filmed and edited by Christopher Emery. Additional filming by Rajinder Sami. Super 8 by Christopher Emery.


Sean Baker

The wolftown legend hits 30, so we have released his Wulfrunian section. Sean came on every trip, and killed it at every spot. Fully deserved opening section to our second full-length video. Happy birthday Sean! X

The Black Country Vol. 3

Sweaty summer vibes throughout The Black Country have produced Volume 3 right here. Filmed throughout The Black Country and its surrounding areas, this volume includes skating from: Henry Fox, Alex Ramsell, Kaine Bird, James Denning, Kane Dearn, Henry Matthews, Anthony Ackers, Claire Alleaume, Brad Edwards, Dan Brueton, Shaun Boyle, Christopher Emery, Ali Watson, Sean Baker, Ben Sheldon, Rajinder Sami, Luke Elks, Dan Smith and Kris Vile.

Filmed and edited by Christopher Emery. Additional filming by Rajinder Sami.

Five Deadly Venoms

The second wu-tang installment is filmed at Hednesford Plaza, and features Henry Fox, Anthony Ackers, Luke Elks and Ben Sheldon.
Filmed by Christopher Emery between Spring 2017 and Spring 2018.

HBD Henry Fox

Happy birthday to the man of the weekend, Henry. He’s past the notorious 27 club, and is killing it more than ever. Here’s his Wulfrunian section you can blast on repeat on this Spring day.


The Black Country Vol. 2

Winter 2017 was a tough one! We managed to skate and film throughout the rain, wind and snow to produce this montage. Connecting scenes throughout The Black Country, Volume 2 brings you skating from Dan Brueton, Ciaran Denison, James Brewer, Christopher Emery, Rajinder Sami, Claire Alleaume, Henry Fox, Sean Baker, Alex Ramsell, Nick Sharratt, Ali Watson, Anthony Ackers and Sam Harrison.

The No Comply Network

Jason Caines has energy for days. Alcohol driven or not, he produced a masterpiece of a day over at Fastlands, Brum for his organisation The No Comply Network. Click the button below to watch some of the action go down from last weekend. Featuring heads from all over The Black Country!


The Black Country Vol. 1

The Black Country is a region of the West Midlands in England, and commonly refers to all or part of the four Metropolitan Boroughs of Dudley, Sandwell, Walsall and Wolverhampton. The 14-mile road between Wolverhampton and Birmingham was described as “one continuous town” in 1785. The name is believed to come from the soot from the heavy industries that covered the area, although the 30-foot-thick (10 metre) coal seam close to the surface is another possible origin.

Filmed throughout The Black Country and its surrounding areas, this volume includes skating from: Henry Fox, Anthony Ackers, Alex Ramsell, Ciaran Denison, Sean Baker, Rajinder Sami, Callum Sidlauskas, Luke McManus, Ali Watson, James Denning and said Jobson.

Filmed and edited by Christopher Emery.



Have you seen him?

One weekend in Stuttgart, early July 2017. The Telum Skateboards TM, Alex Funk, invited us all over to skate their converted church and sick street spots one weekend with them. And so we did. Here is the aftermath…

Over the next week or two, Alex Ramsell will be releasing a zine, Sunday Service, which has all his photos printed in that he managed to capture during the entirety of the weekend.