After playing at Bradford today, shot these 71 seconds of what felt like the first summer-esque day in Milwaukee for 2016.
Milwaukee really comes alive in the summer. Below are photos taken when the AVP (domestic pro beach volleyball tour) stopped at Bradford Beach in Milwaukee July 4 weekend. With John Hyden/Tri Bourne and Kerri Walsh Jennings/April Ross being the champions. See all the photos here.
Tri Bourne (left) and John Hyden (right) celebrate after bringing the finals to championship-point:
Lauren Fendrick Hugs Brooke Sweat after an error as most onlookers watch gold-medalist Kerri Walsh in the 3-set finals:
Kerri Walsh celebrates her first AVP Milwaukee championship:
John Hyden Celebrates AVP Milwaukee championship with 25 year-old partner and first-time AVP champion Tri Bourne:
Walsh/Ross often had a hard time handling Sweat’s serves in the finals:
Fendrick shows off her athleticism as well with this bump-set:
All eyes on the ball, during this close point in the finals (I can’t remember if it was in or out):
Bourne rolls the ball around Dalhausser’s large block in the finals:
Hyden hits line as Sean Rosenthal gets ready for the dig during the finals:
Dalhausser about to rip a jumpserve:
After too many romantic sunrises and sunsets with Reasons Be’s Scotty Dickert and one ridiculously cold (but fun!) morning with Ericka C. Hawke, here is the music video I directed for “Love the Way” that I’ve been posting about lately.
Directed, Photographed, & Edited by Vincent Buckley
Produced by Scotty Dickert, Vincent Buckley
Featuring Scotty Dickert and Ericka Hawke
Shot in Milwaukee, Pewaukee, Shorewood, and Brookfield, Wisconsin.
Live life and let the… Reasons Be 🙂
“Love the Way” is off of Reasons Be debut EP called “Hands Up.”