Dave Ladd and Stephanie Anderson are the masterminds behind He She It They I, and they are frigging awesome! Every month, they ask a creative to make the banner for their website; www.hesheittheyi.com…You can see some of the other images here, (my favorite is by Tristan Ceddia).
Anyway, I am honored to say that this month they chose me to create the next web banner! I’ve always been a huge fan of their logo and all the wonderful things they create, so I decided to make a stop-start animation of their logo.
Check out the animation I created below, and more of their awesomeness here.
More animations coming soon…
Sunday afternoon at the Car wash. Shot on iPhone 8mm and edited on Reel Director for iPhone.
Out-take from the Eden Fall shoot. 2010.
While in Palm Springs we went to the Air Museum. I feel confused and don’t understanding mankind’s inclination toward war, but after visiting the museum, I can appreciate the hardships the men and women went through. Most of the planes on display were from World War II, and featured visual reenactments of the period. Sexism and racism were common during that time, which really made me appreciate the liberal freedom we have today.
Miya Ando is of a Japanese and Russian heritage, and is a decendant of Bizen sword-maker, Ando Yoshiro Masakatsu. She was raised among sword-smiths turned Buddhist priests in Okayama, Japan. Of which you can see, inspires her creativity today… She is a metal worker that creates pieces, that upon viewing make you contemplate the simplicity in life.
Now based in Brooklyn, New York, we recently visited Miya in her studio. Here are some of the images i captured of her and her work.
Fruits of your labor. 2009.
2010 ELEMENT CONTEST SERIES – RECAP from ELEMENT SKATEBOARDS on Vimeo.
MAKE IT COUNT is a unique contest series that rewards winners from around the world with an experience of a lifetime; a trip to Element YMCA Skate Camp to compete in the finals.
“It is more than a contest series because it gives Element an opportunity to bring skaters up to nature to have a real and lasting connection with it, for the rest of their lives.” – Todd Larson, Elemental Awareness Co-Founder & Director
Music: “Everyone” by The Willowz
Also check out some behind the scenes photos I shot while at skatecamp… Comrads & A Voice In The Wilderness