TRAUMAHEAD’S work was recently displayed in the coolest gallery exhibit touring America, Tom Zimberoff’s “ART OF THE CHOPPER”. Pieces of the Film we shot on Dave Cook, From Cook Custom cycles appeared thru-out the exhibit. TRAUMAHEAD FILMS has been working on several Chopper related Projects, and a Portrait internationally Published and displayed in magazine centerfolds!
We were Fortunate to work with the Stellar Crew from Blaze Media on the Womens Flat Track Derby Association ( the WFTDA ) Video Webcast . We first shot for them at their Atlanta event, but Filmed again the next 2 National Championships in Asheville, and Milwuakee. We’ve Produced other Segments for derby teams in the Past, but the WFTDA Championships is a National PROFESSIONAL Sporting Event. It still has the ” New Sport emerging from the Underground” feel, and They are starting to get the of attention of non-endemic sponsors. Reminds us of another National Professional Sport we’ve seen rise from the underground. So support your Local Derby Grrls!!! If you would like to see whole matches in their entirety, go to the WFTDA.TV.
TRAUMAHEAD FILMS shoots sizzle reels for Discovery channel, and several other major content buyers. If you need help with your idea for a reality TV show, we can consult, and assist with the actual shooting and editing of your reel, and then get it to the front of the line to be looked at.
TRAUMAHEAD FILMS some of the best in Snowboarding Action, including the Nike Chosen tour, and Slug’s Shred of the dead event. If you like to watch snowboard action from terrain parks, to jumps, to downhill wreck fests, check out our highlight reels.
TRAUMAHEAD Pioneered the way the sport of Paintball was shot and distributed. Nobody in the History of tournament Paintball has shot more Paintball, or worked on more National TV Productions than TRAUMAHEAD. We have Produced for ESPN, WGN Superstation, and several outdoor networks. TRAUMAHEAD SPORTZ was the first regular and longest running Video series in Tournament Paintball. Covering Pro teams in their Hey Day like Aftershock, Ironmen,Dynasty, All Americans, Avalanche, and the evolution of the gear and game from the woods to todays high speed arena-ball format. We were players who fell in Love with the game. My first Real National Tournament was playing the Knoxville indoor 1996. When I saw other Punk Rock players there like 2-E from All Americans, I knew I wanted to help grow the Sport to a higher National level.