Happy Jack-o-lantern Day everyone.

rocked out at the call's
cross ref here


You can now get the Nacho Libre DVD and see the work Tim and I did on it.
We did a bunch of the behind-the-scene documentaries. It was one of the coolest gigs we have ever done, hanging out in Mexico and watching super creative people do their stuff.

THANKS to Jack Black, Mike White, Bill Rus, Julia Pistor, Lynn O'Leary, Cindy Walker, Emily Sullivan and David Kenny and a jumbo deluxe large and spacious thanks to Jared and Jerusha Hess, and of course our favorite French Mexican the one and only Frederic Henocque.
(look close in this picture and you will see the reflection of Jared Hess)
Ben Watts
360 transfer.
Redmond, Oregon while filming for "New Pollution" on Fuel TV.
(video grab)
Bend Oregon
Filmed snowboarder/skateboarder Ben Watts.
We shot at Redmond Skatepark. This kids has a cool snowboard influenced style that is fast and links the whole park together with nice transfers. Keep a look out for Ben in The snowboard season. He rides for Burton and I hear he rules.


stumbled into Batteries Not Included today. A cool blog about using old cameras. They had a link to a kodak offer to get some free filmclick here to grab it


Last night I had my class process some black and white super8 film in buckets. It's a lot of fun, but makes a bit of a mess. Thanks to Jake for offering up his apartment.


Spent a couple days with Craig Mast and Pete Paulic in Warren, Ohio. We shot at Craigs Barn Ramp and a handful of skateparks around ohio for the New Pollution show on fuel. Class act dudes, thanks guys.


Road trip north.
Utah, Idaho, Oregon.
Skate shoot in Bend.
More later.
What's up Tim?
How was Ohio?
Any photos?


Another good Seve Vs. Evan Show. I like Brent’s comments on the show.


John Katovsich music supervisor Fuel TV and super handsome in a bunny suit.


Documentary filmmaker and film of the day.
Filmmaker: Jørgen Leth from Denmark.
Film: “A Sunday in Hell”
A film about the one day bike race Paris-Roubaix 1976 featuring Eddy Merckx and others. A great film for cyclist, art/documentary film fans, and about anybody interested in 1970's Euro fashions. My friend Brent Hulme turned me on to this film about 15 years ago.