Located on 800 SE Hawthorne Blvd you’ll find a kitschy Portland antique shop filled with furniture plucked right from grandmas living room. Just one flight up is Atmosphere Clothing, a self-described, “Super-fashion Company”. John Prosser, Head of Business Relations, invited Windells Academy students to the warehouse and offered a refreshing perspective on international business.
Archives for September 2010
A few KOS edits we liked here at Windells. Make your choice and vote today!
Counselor AJ is famous in Europe! Windells’ favorite orientation and disoritentation leader/dance party emcee was in Virginia recently at Liberty University’s snow park, which is completely made of bristles, so you can snowboard any time of the year! Josh Zerkel put together an edit and Method Mag in Europe put it up on their site. Check it out on Method Mag and here.
Stellar snowboard coach Brandon Cocard just got hump day’d on YoBeat. Check out his interview here. He talks about filming in Alaska, meeting and riding with snowboarders that him as a rider, and has some hilarious stories about life on the road. Yeah, Brandon!
If you did not have the chance to check out Tom Wallisch on Fuel Tv’s FirstHand a month ago or so, it is now available to watch on Hulu.com. One piece of Tom’s lifestyle they did not portray in the episode, is that he spends summers at Windells learning, coaching and having fun! And, 2 of the Windells Filmers, Tyler Malay and Jake Strassman helped out filming the show…Great Job!
Here is a video recap from 2 Summers ago of Wallisch at Windells, a little more exciting then the tv show.
Tis the season for video premiers and the Academy is getting in on the action. Poor Boys Production, “Revolver” swept through Portland and although it was scheduled for a school night, we managed to squeeze it in before bed time. [Read more…]
Windells Academy presents many opportunities for students to try their hands at all types of action sports and surfing is no exception. Mike Hanley, president of Windells Academy invited students to the Oregon Coast for a chance to catch some waves. [Read more…]