Experimental riding set to a remix of the “Foundations of Style” BMX podcast/article series.
This film is a personal reflection on my mother’s hometown and the implications of its struggle with asbestos contamination. Through BMX, I hope to shed light on the beauty of rural Montana as well as provide a simple framework for evaluating current and proposed environmental/worker safety regulation policies. Please, let us not repeat past mistakes.
Tim Knoll and Pat Fisher split edit, filmed the summer of 2016 in Milwaukee, WI. Such a blast working with Tim on this one!
“Five Studies” examines the use of positive and negative space, illuminating how different movement styles (including but by no means limited to biking) conceptualize space in their own unique ways. This points to new style paradigms and a refined goal: To maximize the use of both positive and negative space through a movement of…
Interweaving movement and narrative, “Thriving in Decay…?” examines the relationship between large-scale cycles of decay and the historical development of BMX and skateboarding. Having a solid understanding of how BMX and skateboarding have been influenced in the past is crucial for their future development, since popular over-simplifications can easily lead participants astray from addressing those…
“Project Teaser #1 – Contextualizing” The first instalment and introduction to the Building Gnarnia project.
Southwest regional annual flatland BMX gathering. Next Tangent Jam will be sometime this spring – stay tuned!
Videos I’ve made for other riders… An inspiring message of recovery from Gary Knecht. A night session with Bud Garso: And a quick progression edit for Matthew Hartley. Fun times!