It's not easy as a young person to engage with politics, so the last thing you'd expect to hear at your local skatepark is some high brow political debate.
Jenkem Magazine followed up on our Vice film with this Interview with Director Tim Crawley and Paul himself.
Yoga stretches, kid pics, balanced diets and injuries on rotation. In your late 30's and early 40's skate trips aren't quite the same as they used to be.
There was a time when if you wanted to watch a certain skate video that you didn’t physically own then had to get a lift from your mum to grab it or watch it at a mates house. No sitting on your arse and clicking the video onto your screen. You had to go get it up and go get a copy or watch it as a group with your mates which rarely happens these days. Donut Duty was the first skate video I ever saw, shortly after that it was Trilogy. Donut Duty was out in 1995 so I would have most likely watched it when I was fifteen. I remember the skaters pretending to be cops and together with some good hip hop it had its fair share of punk music.
Skateboarding was still pretty underground which made it even more appealing as a teenager. This video definitely fueled some of my early skateboarding and also gave us a few ideas on making some stupid skits to put in our own skate videos. Anyway you don’t need a lift to your mates house to watch this. Thanks to technology you can watch it here.
After a few hours down the M4 and some chit-chat with director Ruffmercy I'd worked out who the now world famous 'RTJ' actually were.
This interesting project is nearing completion, watch the trailer to find out more.
We recently had Steven Spielberg's handywork on our timeline.
I love Duncan Jago’s work & I love Duncan Jago…. So shooting some promo pics for him was a win win situation. Longtime friend and street artist extraordinaire Mr Jago hired me to shoot for his upcoming show NIL. The article was originally featured in VNA magazine.
Contemporary stree artist Sickboy hired us to shoot these films to promote his shows