It is very easy to get caught up in today’s media driven age in which the sentiment of “if you didn’t get it on video, it didn’t happen” rings all to true. Nearly every single skate trip, whether it be a group of professionals or just the local skate crew getting down, is now almost sure to include a photographer or at least a camera of some type to document what goes down along the journey. This motive for media can sometimes zap the aura in the van and rather than just looking to get some with the homies, each session can quickly seem like a mission with a clear cut task that must be accomplished. Recently a crew of some of some heavy hitters piled into the Muir Skate Van and headed into the great expanse that is Utah looking for new, untamed roads to get heady shreddy with. What is about to visually unfold in this publishing regarding this epic trip into the unknown was captured without the aid of any photographer or even any DSLR camera. Rather than spending time trying to capture the story, AJ Haiby, Max Ballesteros, Max Capps, Oscar Gutierrez, Ian Freire, Dylan Whittier, Riley Irvine, Camilo Cespedes, Trevor Ovenden, Kalil Hammouri, Adrian Cole, and a few others allowed their skating to tell its own organic story and only brought back iPhoto images as “proof” of their findings.