This years H2Oi was a little different than the last two I have attended. First of all we stayed down on 2nd street which is pretty far from the action around 45th where we have previously stayed. The trade off for this was that we got a massive condo with multiple balconies and beach front view. Secondly, and most noticeably, there was a little bit of rain and slight breeze. By that I mean THERE WAS A DAM HURRICANE. Side note, this year I flew out Zach Wingfield of Zwingfilms from Seattle to help me film. Zach and I got to Ocean City, Maryland Wednesday night but the winds and rain had already begun. We did our very best throughout the week to capture as much footage as we could. Hurricane Joaquin put a halt to the sunset drenched parking lot meets. Everyone was forced into parking garages to protect themselves and their cars. Subsequently each time a garage started to gain attention the staff or the police would come and ask everyone to leave causing mass migrations to another location. Nothing lasted very long. The staff and police were very kind in these situations. Sometimes we were just hanging out and avoiding the horrendous weather and other times there were burnouts taking place so I can understand they were just protecting themselves from the possibly of having to clean up chunks of burnt rubber. The vibe to this years video is pretty mellow as the overcast and storm clouds provided that emotion by default. I want to thank personally everyone who was involved in this video from anyone that helped coordinate shoots to the drivers and the friends who allowed the weekend to be as memorable as possible. Sit back and enjoy this shorter After Movie, and then when your done, watch it again. Thank you all for the continued support and make sure to share this video with your friends if you enjoyed it. See you soon OCMD. #AfterMoviePrep done for this year.