NORA VASCONCELLOS, LAURA ENEVER & Jaleesa Vincent IN ‘THIS WAY’
Two surfers. One skateboarder. One 1994 stretch limo. 120 cans of PBR. One long road down the east coast of the US. 9 days of fucken good times.
‘Patti’ is the home of women’s counter culture. Original stories, films, art, photo’s, news & general antics of women getting at life. A celebration of females, not through looks or likes but through actions. We’re here to shake shit up and bring the women who are free thinkers, pioneers, rule breakers, creators and doers to the center stage. We are making a scene, fucking up, making art, playing music, doing ‘boys things’, doing ‘girls things’, breaking down walls, seeking the like minded and dancing together in this strange world that doesn’t want to take us home to mom. We are here to wake the sleeping.
So what better way to kick this thing off then to make a film that’s not your traditional surf or skate trip but...a wild week in a limo capturing the general antics of pro skater Nora Vasconcellos, pro surfer Laura Enever and free surfer / musician Jaleesa Vincent who have never all been in the same room together.
Nora Vasconcellos, a skateboarder that might be the funniest person I’ve met and who is respected as a skater not just a girl, Laura Enever, pro surfer with a quirky personality and willingness to give anything a go and Jaleesa Vincent, who’s unique surfing style, passion for playing music and creating art has tagged her as ‘what women’s surfing needs’ by the surfing press. Throw these three creative humans together in the limo for 1000 miles of unexplored terrain and you have the perfect blend of style, craziness and soon to be long term friendship that I think they all didn’t know was going to be so tight.
‘I love this so much, very excited to be involved. Dream trip!’ Nora Vasconcellos
‘This wasn’t like a trip that I’ve never done before in a really good way’ Jaleesa Vincent
Partnering with a brand that backs breaking through boundaries, supports the under current of counter culture and isn’t afraid to do something a little different was the priority. Pabst Blue Ribbon came one board with 100% support of the concept without any dilution of the vision, cheers!