ADIDAS AWAY DAYS BTS


I had the opportunity to shoot some behind the scenes for the Adidas, Away Days film directed by the super talented Matt Irving. Matt had organized a special visitor on set to surprise the boys, and lots of laughs and mischief ensued. Check out Away Days on iTunes!

OAKLEY – FROM THE GROUND UP: PART 1 & 2

Oakley gave the keys to the Dirt Lab to BMX dirt jumper extraordinaire, Mike “Hucker” Clark, and let him create the jump line he’s  been dreaming about. Hucker is hilarious, which made this such a fun project to work on and an awesome experience having the opportunity seeing a BMX course getting built from the ground up. Thank you to everyone involved!

Directed by Kirk Dianda
Edited by Kirk Dianda and Logan Rice
Filmed by Kirk Dianda, Ryan Young, Paul Kahler and Amber B.
Produced by Chasen Marshall and Steve Blick.

OAKLEY x CHAS CHRISTIANSEN BTS

You know when you get a group of super talented people together to collaborate and the end result makes you feel happy and stoked on life! This was one of those jobs. We shot Chas Christiansen ripping around SF with the dream team; A big thank you to Michael Martin from Mash SF,  Gabe Morford, the handsome Kirk Dianda, Steve Blick, and Illian Ramirez, and a special thank you to Oakley Bike! Lets go ride!

JAPAN 2016

Takeshita Street, Harajuku.

We had the opportunity to travel to Japan for work this month. I’ve always loved the equal amounts of tradition and technology that you find in every aspect of life in Japan. The reverance and passion for food, aesthetics, architecture, nature and cuteness is contagious. Here’s a photo journal of our explorations.

Kyoto

Traditional Japanese wedding at Yoyogi Park.

 

SAY CHEESE!

BEAVER

Every spare second I have, I’ve been learning how to play with ceramics! I can’t believe it’s taken this long to find out how much i love it. Here are some cheese platters I’ve been working on. Can’t wait to experiment more. <3

TEAR DROPS

SKIN PHILLIPS

SKIN PHILLIPS

My husband, Kirk Dianda shot and edited this beautiful piece called “Respect your Roots”. It celebrates 30 years of skateboarding photography through the lens of iconic skate photographer Skin Phillips, with the release of a special edition shoe. Here’s a photo I shot of Skin looking through his incredible archives of slide film after we shot his interview at his home in Southern California.

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