I met up with Chris Johanson who was awesome enough to draw me a poster
for the Night of Skate Videos I put together for the MOCA.
He is seriously the coolest person I know
Amazing. In fact, I think Chris's poster was the most crucial
part of the show. Everyone that came got one.
I had to rework the video I made for the time we did it at the MOMA
(side note: look at all those programs and if it was clearer you
could see I have 3707 unread e-mails.... hahah wtf)
Everyone should check out the Street Art show that's up right now btw,
its super fun
I love the Vista Theater, I was given the
a couple venues but I think this one was obviously the best. This
is soundcheck. My hands wouldn't stop shaking.
people started to show up. At this point I was peeing my
pants. Public speaking is no easy task for me.
this is the last photo I took before the event started, I had too much
to deal with.
You are never too pro to get a pro's autograph ( cross
Jake Rosenberg who helped Ternasky make the Plan B videos.
the next morning I went back to watch Spike sign the
I'm glad the Vista is finally acknowledging the influence of 'Two World
edgar was dangerously close to putting his paw prints in ( cross
I would like to thank the Vista, Chris Johanson, Stacy Peralta, Spike
Jonze, Ty Evans, Rick Howard, Aaron Meza, Ed Templeton, Greg Hunt,
Tobin Yelland, Jonathan Wells & Cindy Thoennessen
@levisfilmworkshop, Stephen Spilker, Jeff
Fribourg, Aaron Rose and all my friends that came to the
show. Lots of love.
I think Chris Johanson and I are gonna try to do one of these in
Portland soon... hopefully.
everybody knows, everybody says so