FRAMED - Andi Wittmann rider profile
Filmed on RED cameras and using helicopters and cable cams this snowboard production company focuses on mountain bikes for its latest project.
Judging by this teaser it's going to be a bit special.
FRAMED video project – Mountain bike pro Andi Wittmann and isenseven member Felix Urbauer join forces.
Isenseven movies are well known for pointing out what’s state of the art in the European snowboard film business each year.
Now, Felix Urbauer, cameraman of the last four isenseven productions, and German freeride pro Andi Wittmann are presenting the first output of their FRAMED mountain bike project.
Andi Wittmann is an ambitious rider from southern Germany, who made his way on the podiums of several International mountain bike freeride contests all over Europe in the last three years.
Felix Urbauer owns ten years of working experience as a cameraman and editor. He has strong roots in snow- as well as skateboarding and was one of the masterminds behind the last four isenseven movies.
Andi can be called more than a big fan of the isenseven productions: “I watched every new clip because the filming and editing skills of the isenseven crew are outstanding! I always wanted to get in contact with Felix Urbauer and ask him, if he might be interested in a mountain bike project. His style is just different to anything else I’ve seen in the mountain bike world and I was sure that a coop would kick ass!"
And indeed, Felix was more than interested. Due to the support from Giant, Zimtstern and Red Bull, the first filming sessions followed very soon. For the first teaser, Andi Wittmann shreds the dirt spots and alpine trails in Tirol and Wildkogel – Including a big double build on a summit just for FRAMED.
Filmed on a RED camera using helicopters and cable cams, the first video clip gives a great impression of what can be expected in 2011.
But Felix points out: “It was big fun working with Andi, but at the same time not that easy for me. I had to transfer my experience into the mud and dirt scenery first to get creative results like in my skate or snowboard projects." It obviously worked out fine and both are working on next year’s schedule to create a one of its kind mountain bike film that features some of the best European riders.
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