Reunited and it feels so gooood. During this time I had just finished a major job and was enjoying my first weekend back with the boys. With a lot of the usual suspects in SF or the day we had our fun doing what we usually do. Having fun, riding bikes & looking for a place in this world to be ourselves. Break fake rules. Enjoy every moment of every day and tell your friends you love them. Be good and we’ll see you next time.
Just your average Saturday here in the Bay Area. I have a video to go along with this day. I just need to carve out some time to edit it. My computer has been running disastrously slow these days and I think it’s about time I get a new one. Easier said than done. At any rate I’ve got a lot of projects that I’m eager to get both off my plate and out into the world. We have such a great time during these meetups and it’s a blessing that we’re able to share it with our friends around the world. It’s a truly special time we live in. Cherish every moment of it and find some time to disconnect, reconnect and be outside.
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A pack of desperados riding off into the sunset. West Coast at its finest. We’re outside and you already know the drill. Pack your bag, grab a snack and get ready to shred with us in San Francisco’s Sunset district. Press play and check out a photo collage of the team below. Be good.
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Before 2020 came to a close, the boys and I met up at Kezar Stadium to do what we always do. Only this time we were headed to the beach. The sun was out for all of 15 minutes when we first met up. Then after that, the Sunset district lived up to its name. I’m grateful to have friends like this and hope you enjoy watching this video just as much as we enjoyed making it.
I’m not sure how it happens, but everything that’s shot on the Hasselblad 503cx comes out looking like pure gold. Even with film that expired more than 15 years ago. Big thanks to everyone who came out for the event and put up with me constantly herding everyone together for family photos. I know I ask a lot, but having photos to remember these times are worth it in the end. Until next time my dudes.
“Turn your bike sideways and do whatever the hell you want” were the only words I said when shooting these photos. I wish I could have captured a profile photo of everyone who came out the the Prickly Pear Jam in Arizona, but I only walked away with portraits of these 8 during the 3 days we were there. Scroll through and take a look at some all too familiar faces. After that, this concludes my photo coverage of both the jam and my brief stay to the land of the sun, or better put “A sunny place for shady people”. Who knows where the next jam will lead us.
Day One and we’re already sun burnt. Everyone is beginning to trickle in for the Prickly Pear Jam Saturday. It’s been 100+ degrees each day we’ve been here and I’m already in the market for an endless amount of sun screen, a bigger hat, and a sweat towel. We’ve wasted no time in getting broken off and feeling like death at the end of the day. Check out a bunch photos from the first day of our trip here in Arizona and be on the look out for more photos rolling out in the next couple of days.
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