Happy 2020! To help kick off the year, photographer Scott Marceau has contributed 20 of his favorite shots from 2019 along with the story behind each one for a new “Autophoto” feature. These selections feature a varied cast and subjects from all over the States.

Click below for the full feature and be sure to follow Scott on Instagram.


Photo of The Day – Scott Marceau

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Photographer Scott Marceau ( of Push it a Stop fame too ) will be taking over our photo of the day on the sidebar for a month. Be sure to keep your eyes on it.

Photo by Davey Wilson.

Thanks to Tom Kirkby for holding it down previously.

Scott Marceau

Scott Marceau is another great photographer from the Snake Lounge crew. This post is definitely many years over-due, but none-the-less Scott has some amazing work and I really love all his Polaroids. Lately Scott has been pushing the Flip Cam movement and was responsible for the much-loved edit for his site Push it a Stop.



photo – chris eiland

Get to know Eddie Cuellar AKA MY GUYY a little better.

Click below for some FIVES.


Q&A: Will Smyth Discusses DIG’s New Direction

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DIG BMX as you have come to know it is changing. How? Well, after 21 years the actual print magazine has ceased to exist and all energy is being redirected online. This new direction may or may not come as a surprise these days, but it is surely a welcome change.

I have always been a huge fan of DIG and I’ve got my fingers crossed that they can continue doing what they do in digital form. With that said, there is a new site and new staff in place to tackle such changes. As always, I threw Will Smyth (DIG’s editor) some questions about it all. Continue reading and stay tuned to DIG BMX.


Photogallery: RIP Tulsa


Last month I was fortunate enough to partake in a journey with several of my friends to Tulsa, Oklahoma. I had originally proposed the idea a month or more before the trip occurred and did not hear anything about it until a few days before. It was a surprise to me that it was actually occurring.

Scotty Wemmer, Bobby Simmons and Rob DiQuattro had all journeyed to Columbus to meet up with Scott Marceau and myself. From there the five of us had headed down to Louisville, Kentucky to stay the night at Jordan Stump’s house. In the morning Phil Bossmeyer and Tyler “Kid” Rembold had shown up after they had worked all night. The Word Crew (Jordan, Phil and Tyler) all work third shift and had little rest for the 10 hour adventure we had ahead of us. The 8 of us packed up the bags and bikes and then headed out west.

The photos taken documented the entire trip; Hotels to hospitals and everything in between.

Click below for more about our journey to the southwest.


ALYK Spring/Summer Lookbook

ALYK has some new clothing out for Spring/Summer and they sent through a lookbook shot by Scott Marceau featuring their new gear. Keep reading to check it out.


ALYK for A New York Thing

Act Like You Know. for A NEW YORK THING.

aNYthing is one of those brands that continually has some of the best/most obscure references in their clothing, dope cut and sew lines, and an amazing community of people creating work for the brand. ALYK. has always respected and liked aNYthing, so when we had the opportunity to do a look book it was a no-brainer.

Just down the block from Dah Shop and the Manhattan Bridge Skatepark, the aNYthing storefront is a rad place to check out the new gear, peruse the huge collection of zines, watch LES tweakers, eat dollar dumpings, and hang out front on the bench. The GLOB is always updated with parties, galleries, and weird shit to do in the City as well. So, even if you’re an OT cat you’ll be able to find something to do.

If you’re in NYC come through and say what’s up.


– Torey Kish

Photos by Scott Marceau


Photogallery: MacNeil North East Tour

A few months back the MacNeil team headed out to NYC to kick off a two week long tour. It had been years since the MacNeil team hit the East Coast and we decided to break up the trip into two cites. Boston and New York. Everyone flew into NYC and since the weather showed rain for the next week, we drove up to Boston to spend the first half of the trip. Boston was amazing and we rode so many dope spots. One of which was a random High School that ended up being about 20 yards from our hotel that some kid in a grocery store told us about… Huge thanks to Chris and Matty Long for all the other spot tips! After roaming around the city and suburbs for a week, chilling with Lino and the 90 East crew, and riding non-stop, we took a drive back down to New York.

We ended up stoping in Rhode Island for bit on the way back to NYC. We rode Brown University and got kicked out for hanging out in the grass, messed around at the capitol building (or what looked like some sort of capitol building), and watched Chris Silva drive himself to insanity trying some stuff on a flat rail.

Once we got back to NYC we returned the rental van and spend the rest of the trip pedaling around. Most of the guys on the team hadn’t been to New York before, so we spent our first day pedaling everywhere… From Brooklyn to Battery Park up to Time Square and back to Brooklyn. The week in NY feels like a bit of a blur, probably due to the fat that I live here and it’s always weird to be on a road trip in your own city. Big thanks to Torey Kish, Scott Marceau and Brandon Galosi as well as Edwin and Hoder for having out and riding with us.

Terrell Gordy was on the trip with us from Props and put together great edits from the trip. The whole thing turned into a three part series, the first two are online now and the third should be up soon. You can check them on the Props site here – Part 1 & Part 2.

The following photos are a mix of riding photos, snap shots and some iPhone stuff. There’s more pics from the Boston leg due to the fact that I was filming more when we were in NY. All in all, the trip was amazing and I had a great time with everyone on the MacNeil team -Dillon Lloyd, Greg Flag, Chris Silva, Chris Martindale and Taylor Elvy, who was new to the team and survived through his first trip! Hope you enjoy the photos and keep a look out for the third video on Props!


Part 3: What is Your Camera Setup of Choice and Why?

Here is part 3 of our “What is your Camera Setup of Choice and Why?” features. Here is Part one and two if you missed them.

Again, each photographer was asked:

What is Your Camera Setup of Choice and Why?

Click below to see what Ricky Adam, Jeff Allen, Scott Marceau, Tristan Afre, Huy Doan, Sandy Carson, Joe Cox, Kevin Conners, Nathan Beddows and Jason Eichhorst had to say.


Bobby Simmons X Defgrip Edit

Straight up, this came out sick! I was itching to post this Bobby Simmons edit all week, but wanted to hold out for today so it could ride out the weekend. Bobby came through on this, and I’m super thankful for it. Be sure to pick up Still Here if you haven’t.

Shout out to Bobby, Scott Marceau, Brandon Galosi, Torey Kish & Jason White for making this happen.

Click below now!


Disposed: Act Like You Know

The Act Like You Know DVD “Still Here” just dropped and to go along with the release, the crew put together a great Disposed series. You can pick up the DVD here and enjoy the photos!

“The majority of these photos are from the last three or four months of filming for our second full-length video, “Still Here.” We shot using a bunch of disposable cameras and a Holga. With there being literally hundreds of web videos released weekly, spending almost two years on a project seems like an eternity, and, at times, like it would never actually be finished. These are some of our favorite images that go hand and hand with clips or stories that made it into the video.

Appearing in the photos is Brandon Galosi, Bobby Simmons, Scott Marceau, Scotty Wemmer, Ryan Howard, Torey Kish, Jason White.”


Joe Simon iPhone 4 edit

Joe Simon posted a few photos of some spots on Twitter last night, then not to long after, said he was editing a iPhone 4 videos… I was kind of expecting some crazy setup with dollies and steady cam’s but Joe kept it simple, opting for grass and his keys as his camera support, while he grabbed a few clips at the 45th st ditch in Austin, TX. It’s going to be interesting to see how many iPhone 4 edits will pop up over the next few months. Will the iPhone become the new flipcam? Scott Marceau, where you at?


The Last People Point of View

The Last People have a great feature going on their site, titled Point Of View, and they happen to feature a bunch of our friends! They currently have POV’s with Andrew McMullen, Chad Moore, Ryan Bailey, and Scott Marceau! You can check them all out and more on their features page.


Jake Seeley Edit

Jake Seeley, who had the most viewed post on Defgrip in 2008 has a rad edit online edited by Mike Mastroni, who had the 3rd most viewed post of 2009. In a kind of related note, the photo above is a random shot I took of Jake at Woodward years and years ago…. Haha, how cute!! It’s pretty crazy how many kids I met at Woodward that summer that are killing it now… Jake Seeley, Chase Dehart, Shawn Garrett, Morgan Wade, the Snake Lounge Crew – Chad Moore, Tory Kish, Scott Marceau… And probably 1o other people I totally forgot about…  Keep reading to check out the edit and photo of Jake.