Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Monday, April 25, 2011

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Gone chasin' the sun

Heading south one more time. See you when I get back.

Tuesday, April 19, 2011


Shot in December 2010. To tell you the truth I started heading to Montauk late in the day on a freezing winter day, so by the time I actually arrived I only had a few moments of day light to snap a few polaroids. And once the sun went town I started wandering back to Brooklyn. 2 hour drive just for one polaroid? It was worth it. Take the drive, its nice. Long stretches of open highway... 

Monday, April 18, 2011

Inspiration vol. 4

god damn, no words. i love images. one thing, shark week is getting closer!

Friday, April 15, 2011


Go to 2nd Nature skate shop and grab the homies board. Jose has been killing it and is now Am for Blvd

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Pepper Lane

I shot this video with Joey Pepper and Rob Welsh back in June. It was a pretty fun time, too bad we didn't get to skate a little bit more but none-the-less it was still sweet trip. Maine in the summer is pretty amazing, go there!

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

The South vs The North

Speaking of the south, here is the majestic hotel in Hot Springs, Arkansas. 

Here is my homie Ron Meirzon with his new skate flick Civil War. Peep the NY section and support the homies!

Monday, April 11, 2011

Roadie Oldies

Alone on a Texas road.

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Handmade Portraits: Liberty Vintage Motorcycles

I am about a month late on this release. Etsy, one of the biggest DIY hubs on the internet has their own TV channel and Andrew David Watson shot this pretty amazing short doc on a pretty interesting character in Philadelphia who has a pretty amazing motorcycle shop.

"I met Adam Cramer five or six years ago, when I was living in South Philadelphia. My film career was just getting started and I was spending a lot of time in a local coffee shop called Gleaner’s CafĂ©. It was the neighborhood hangout, and while the coffee was good, it was really the local color that drew me to the place. Adam was a regular with an iced-coffee always in hand, and from our very first meeting, he made an unforgettable impression.

It wasn’t until I started rebuilding vintage bikes myself that I learned that Adam, coincidentally, did it for a living. With our shared interest — his much further honed than my own — it wasn’t long before I started imagining a short film about him. I feel incredibly honored to have had this chance.
I’m compelled by what Adam has to say. As someone who rebuilds motorcycles as a hobby and comes from a blue-collar family (my grandfather had an auto body shop, and my dad’s a woodworker), I personally get enjoyment from working with my hands. And while I don’t agree with Adam’s entire take on things, I do believe he makes a valid argument. Clearly, it comes from his heart, his head, and his own skilled and calloused hands.
As an aside, I do think that the larger setting of this film is worth mentioning. Liberty Vintage is in Fishtown, Philadelphia. The name of this neighborhood is derived from the area’s historic role — since the 1800s — as the center of shad fishing on the Delaware River. The area has been a working-class one for generations, and I wonder if Adam’s thoughts resonate widely there. I have a feeling they might.
And finally, many thanks to the Japanese band Mono and Temporary Residence Limited for allowing me to use their music. I’m appreciative beyond words." - Andrew David Watson

Jay Burton

holy shit.

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Black Water in JAPAN!

Thanks to the guys over at Kukunochi Corporation in Japan for spreading the word of Black Water! Thanks a ton and hope all is well over there! Stay safe homies. You guys are awesome. I can not wait til I get a chance to go. 

Friday, April 1, 2011

Jake Johnson

Good job Jeremy and Buchmann!