Gallery: Brisbane Kawasaki’s Christian D’Agostin and Cameron Martin Launch 2015 Int’l Offshore Campaign (Video)

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I just did a photo shoot for Christian D’Agostin and Cameron Martin for the [Brisbane] Kawasaki racing team. The boys are heading to Russia to race soon. It was a bit of a windy and wet day to shoot from a helicopter with the door off, but the skies cleared long enough to make it happen. I thought I did OK for my first Helicopter shoot.

Christian D’Agostin and Cameron Martin, both Factory Kawasaki Racing Team members for Australia for 2015, earned top honors this year during the 2015 Yamaha Australian Jetcross Tour and Australian offshore endurance series. Marking the closure of their race series, and the beginning of their international efforts, a photoshoot was scheduled to create some promotional materials for the team’s endeavor.

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Christian explained, “We are ending our season here as you know; so we are launching our 2015 international offshore campaign. With the Australia factory Kawasaki team taking four Australian titles this year – and myself winning my third consecutive Australia offshore endurance championship – we are on a roll.

“With the prestige of being the factory Kawasaki team in Australia, we were happily interrupted during the photo/video shoot for our upcoming promotions (including posters for sponsors) by two American Playboy Playmates of The Year – Abby Parece (Monster Girl USA, two-time Playboy Playmate USA) and Marissa Everhart (two-time International Playboy Playmate, three-time Playboy playmate USA).

“We are very proud to have a national fuel and national finance company as major sponsors of our team moving forward, and the pics by Skip will be utilized in service stations all around Australia. As for our international plans, we’ll be racing the LB2CAT, Russia (“Russki”), Aquabike in China, and the King’s Cup
in Thailand.”


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Andrew Donovan

Known throughout the Australian PWC scene as "Skip" and for his astounding eye behind the lens, Andrew's "Photos By Skip" have become some of the best action shots in performance watercraft. When he's not shooting skis, he's freeriding the surf.

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