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Mr. Plant Collection

Rider: Pat Moore
Location: Quebec City, Canada


The night I arrived in Quebec it rained all night. The next day was -25c and the whole city was covered in a 5cm ice sheet. This obviously called for a change of plan, so we spent the the day searching for new features to try and shoot. This ollie wallride we found had a pile of loose snow close by so we transported and shaped snow all afternoon. We went to bed tired and happy that we would be shooting in the morning. In the morning we arrived to find that a train had passed by and destroyed our landing - just another thing not going our way. We all got busy though and shovelled it up again, and by mid-afternoon we were ready to go. This was Pat Moore's actual first try. I decided to shoot it very wide to show the whole scene but also so I could have one eye open to make sure Pat was ok. 

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Vernon Deck

15" x 10" 
Open edition

24" x 16" 
30 limited-edition prints, with signed & numbered provenance card 

*All sizes listed are the image size.
*All photographs come with a 1" border on all sides. 

Archival pigment print on vibrance baryta paper

$75.00 - $195.00

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about the artist

Vernon Deck

Born, Motueka New Zealand. Living all of adult life in Switzerland. "I grew up in a tiny beach town, played Rugby and raced moto-x. I dropped out of school at 16 and backpacked around Australia for 2-1/2 years. During this time I got my first camera. Somehow I wrangled a job in a Formula 1 racing team for a year. After that I moved to Switzerland and saw snowboarding for the first time, that was 1997. Since then I've been basically shooting snowboarding. I've been with Volcom for nearly 10 years now, I get to shoot with some of the most talented and interesting creatures.  The future is what you make of it." Blog: https://vernondeck.exposure.co Instagram: @vernondeck Facebook: Vernon Deck  

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