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The lineup of LG UltraWide® 21:9 monitors are ideal for designers, photographers, producers and other creative professionals who need more room for their big ideas. With exceptional picture quality and innovative features, these monitors are for the seriously professional talents. That’s what you get with LG UltraWide®. Find out how to become seriously professional, yourself.


Devin Graham: Super Tramp

Devin Graham. Videographer. Editor. Producer. The renaissance man behind the Devin Super Tramp YouTube channel sits down in his Provo, Utah studio, editing his newest video. "If I wanted to get noticed, I had to be different," Devin claims. That’s exactly what he’s done in the five years of posting to YouTube. And it’s shown: over 200 videos, 4 million subscribers, and over 765 million views.
Pogo Freestyle! World's Best Pogo Tricks!!!
Seriously Professional with Devin Super Tramp


Devin got his start when he was just getting out of diapers. “Ever since I was a baby, I kid you not, I've been making movies. I was doing music videos with my siblings,” he says, “and then I got into making stop-motion Legos movies.” And his passion for the art made him find his way to Brigham Young University’s film school, where he met some of his current partners on the Super Tramp team. From there, they started the channel and benefited from shooting with new technology, the Glidecam. “It allowed me to get these super smooth shots. It allowed me to pioneer a new technology.”

Over the years and hundreds of videos later, the Super Tramp team not only developed a visual style but also a niche in storytelling: adults doing kid-like activities and making it larger than life. "For us, it's all about figuring out what stories are going to connect with people. I always ask myself, ‘Is this something that I would want to watch?’ I feel that's what makes the best ideas, the things that connect with us when we were children."

Today, they are editing and going over the footage from extreme pogo riding – the latest video for Devin’s channel – on the new 21:9 UltraWide monitor. "When we go out on location, we're basically getting all the paints possible. Then we get into the editing room, and that's when we start painting and basically exposing that canvas we want to share with the rest of the world. We need the biggest canvas possible to tell those stories."

For the video, the Super Tramp team reached out to some of the world's best Pogo riders – Dan Mahoney, Dalton Smith, Nic Patino – to make it happen. "It's all about pushing the human boundaries, because you want to grab people's attention. Every time we work on a different project, it always blows my mind as far as the amazing talent out there."

Editing Tutorial! Getting Started! Setting up your timeline!
Editing Tutorial 2!
"It just makes things so much easier and so much faster, because the technology is getting so much better."

Originally, when Devin first created his YouTube channel, he was never the face of the channel. He was putting out videos all the time and the viewers didn't really realize there was an actual person behind it, an individual. For Devin, the channel has now become a way to communicate to his viewers. "We try and do everything we can to give back to them because they’re the ones that are giving us the views." And after countless emails from fans, Devin started creating behind-the-scenes and tutorial videos to help their fans learn the tricks of the trade. "I honestly love that relationship, I love giving back, and I love all the e-mails we get from people saying, ‘You changed my life. I’m doing what I love to do.’" And Devin doesn't ever see that changing.

XPOGO Behind The Scenes!
Get to know Devin Super Tramp – Seriously Professional
Devin Super Tramp’s Creative Process & Equipment
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