Good friend Joey Meddock has been a mainstay of solid wakeboarding photography for 14 years. He has seen and done it all while keeping a fresh outlook on opportunities to create new images. I have had the pleasure of working with Joe over my entire riding career and now I get to see his images on this side of the desk.
Joey Meddock is responsible for some of wakeboarding’s best-ever photos and he added dozens of epic shots to his prolific catalog in 2011. Look back at Meddock’s best wakeboarding photos of the year.
Check out the first set of Jetpilot’s new Photographer Series, a limited-edition run of three T-shirts featuring the photography of Joey Meddock, who won Photographer of the Year at TransWorld WAKEBOARDING‘s 2010 Wake Awards.
Go behind the scenes at the biggest night in wakeboarding — TransWorld WAKEBOARDING‘s 2010 Wake Awards. See Harley Clifford collect his Best Wakeboard Video Performance and Best Wakeboarder awards. Check out Parks Bonifay hoist the Best Video award and watch Scott Byerly, Shaun Murray, Darin Shapiro, Zane Schwenk and Gator Lutgert welcome welcome Greg Nelson into the Legend ranks.
On a Wednesday in December, photographer Joey Meddock headed out to Cypress Gardens, Florida, with Jimmy Trask, Jeff House, Derek Grasman and Bob Sichel. Nowadays, the gates of the famous park are closed, the water ski stadium is empty, but the mystic feel is still in the air.
A lot goes into making the cover of WAKEBOARDING magazine, but it all starts with a powerful image. Here, the Legend Shaun Murray gives some insight on the process of creating a unique cover shot. Shaun Murray: More than a year ago, I mentioned to Kevco that I wanted to try and get a cool […]
Next up in WAKEBOARDING magazine’s Best of Summer 2009 series: wakeboarding moves. A full feature chronicling all of the year’s best wakeboard tricks will follow, but we thought we’d start with a look back at Shane Bonifay’s wrapped heelside melon backside 720. Nominated for the Oakley Wakeboarding Move of the Year at WAKEBOARDING magazine’s 2009 […]
WAKEBOARDING magazine contributor Silas Thurman brought a Holga camera with him to BROstock this year to capture some of the personalities that contribute to wakeboarding’s biggest party. Here’s what he brought back from Lake Powell.
If it weren’t for cable parks, I wouldn’t be half the rider I am today. Long before I hoisted three Wakestock rail titles and this magazine named me a Rail Master at the Wake Awards, I spent countless hours doing laps at the Orlando Watersports Complex. In fact, more than half the tricks I do […]