This is a film I shot for the launch of Organicism Farms and Foods, an East Tennessee catering company focused on incredible local food.
While the Indy MotoGP may not be the favorite event of the riders on the calander, for the American fan it provides a great experience.
Three of A Kind isn’t your typical bank robbery flick, but a story that brings an unlikely twist to this tried and true genre.
I shot and edited this film after a fun father’s day with my pops at Ashway Speedway! I used a Pentax KX along with a GoPro Hero to shoot the video.
These are some of my favorite Organicism Farms and Foods designs from the first half of 2012. So far in 2012 I’ve mainly concentrated on menus, website graphite, and promotional materials.
During a weekend off from his AMA Superbike duties, Josh Herrin (8) won SEMRA’s Supermoto class in his first attempt at round two, hosted by Middle Georgia Kart Track in Dublin, Georgia. Herrin grabbed the holeshot on his Graves Yamaha YZ450F and led the race from start to finish. Close behind Herrin was Supermoto season points leader Ben Robinson, and rounding out the podium was another Herrin, Josh’s little brother Zack.
In the Summer of 2008 I brought back the glory days of scootering with this vintage inspired Vespa art print.
A coffee table made out of a kick drum? This table brings together rock n’ roll, your living room, and a cup of coffee like no other.
In Fall 2011 my dad was kind enough to pass on his old Bultaco Astro 146 360cc dirt tracker that had been in storage since the late 1990s.
Buzzing down Martin Mill Pike I clicked the bike into third gear and threw it into a hard right corner. Remembering this was a buddy’s borrowed bike I backed off a bit but not for long as Nathan’s “Killer Bee” Yamaha RD350 just kept begging for more. The tires stuck well, the brakes had good feel, and the suspension felt predictable. All in all it was just about everything a I could wish for in a vintage bike.