Monthly Archives: October 2010

Twelve O’Clock in Baltimore


Watch here.

So awesome. This documentary was mostly funded by donations, and by the looks of the trailer it deserves the support.




Scale of the Universe

Interesting? I thought it was pretty wild!

Be sure to back all the way to the left before you begin!

The LightLine of Gotham

“Introducing ‘Light Lining’ to the US. A technique of projection mapping 3D content. Working in collaboration with Vimeo to conclude the Vimeo Festival and Awards, the Frank Gehry IAC HQ provided the perfect canvas for our transformation of sight and sound.”

Rebates on Canon DSLRs

$250 back on a 7D, $200 back on DRebels.

BMX ‘zines

A good write-up on ESPN by Nick Ferreira about the DIY mags still making rounds in the community. It’s nice to see the initiative some people take to create these; I’ve never had the attention span.

Airbag Helmet

Pretty crazy, though I think I’d rather wear an actual helmet. Using the accelerometer technology, this thing would probably inflate if you hopped a small gap.

Moving Sequences

Click the photo to watch the sequence. Be patient and let it load.

Here’s a sequence I shot of Anthony Caraway in Cincinnati, Ohio back in June. The sequence ran in issue Four of CASE BMX so go check it out. Anthony’s only 15-years-old so I think he earned his respect with this move.