Saturday, April 19, 2014

1987

The house was filling up fast for the premiere of Sk8 Skates much anticipated 1987 Video


Brad's so excited, he just can't hide it...


Nick and Tyler.


Jay!


Darnell and Marek.


Cody.


How much do these guys love Sk8 Skates?


This Much! 1987!


John and Austin.


Jack.


Mitch!


Leah!


The strong man competition...


Malcolm!


Many participants.





Only the strong survive...


The victor!


Colin and Keiran... BEFORE Colin announced that Kerian Zimmerman is the newest addition to the Sk8 Skates Team.


Just a taste of the new video...


Wicked video! Great team all around!

After all was said and done... Get your motor running...


Goodnight!

Friday, April 18, 2014

Finding Vivian Maier

Saw this move tonight and now I'm telling you... See this movie. You will love it! Still playing at Cinematheque tomorrow (April 19th) and Wednesday April 23rd at 7:00pm


Thank you John Maloof. Job well done.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Stopping time

Killing time downtown on a Thursday night by stopping time.


Endangered species.


Exit stage left.


Exit stage right.


Somewhere in the middle.


Freeze frame.


Celebrity sighting.


Get in here.


Thank you.

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Black Sabbath in low res

I recently read an article regarding cameras vs. phone cameras. The point the author of the article was trying to make was if the moment matters, use a real camera leave the cell phone for making phone calls.

Tonight we went where the camera was not welcome and most of the memories were captured in the mind. However, I was still able to cop these photos that my wife took with "the phone".

Tony Iommi. Black Sabbath...


...with Ozzy!


You get the idea. It was awesome! They say some things are worth waiting for. Well it had been 29 years since I heard Black Sabbath, Black Sabbath on 8-Track for the first time...so I waited and it was worth it!

Thursday, April 10, 2014

La Lucha

This week's throwback is from the "La Lucha" series that was on display at the now defunct "Barber Shop" Gallery back in 2005.


The original was shot on B&W 35mm film and hand printed on 16x20" RC paper.