Summer in Europe: Switzerland and Germany
More 35mm photos from a week in Europe. Switzerland Germany
Summer in Europe: France & Austria
35mm photos from a week spent in Europe. Strasbourg, France Bathroom pit-stop in the countryside of Austria Landeck, Austria Innsbruck, Austria Salzburg, Austria
Visit Montreal. Wonderful city.
Oh Canada – Niagara Falls & Toronto
Photos from a week spent in Canada. First two stops: Niagara Falls and Toronto.
Arctic Jams, Slam Section, The Goat, and My 23rd Birthday
Back on July 21st the Baker team stopped in NYC while on their 2015 Summer Tour (which was weirdly presented by Scion but I won’t get into all of that). After they skated and did a signing at KCDC Skateshop, the team had themselves a nightcap and put on a few shows at the legendary…
Strand Book Store – NYC
Wonderful used bookstore. Wide variety and great prices. Highly recommended for fellow book lovers!
Black Bear Bar – Brooklyn, NY
Winters in Oklahoma are tough. One day can feel like summer, while the next can feel as if Snow Miser himself has taken over the state. For example, Oklahoma just had a 77 degree Valentine’s day, followed by a 25 degree day filled with winter storm warnings. When I first arrived to the East Coast, a lot of…
Ever since I saw the movie Elf in theaters with my older sister, a goal of mine has been to visit NYC during the holidays. Unlike my other dreams as a child, I actually turned this one into a reality. I may not have become the next best thing to happen to the WWF since the Rock, score…
DIY Jersey City
Back in November, I checked out the popular Junkyard spot in Jersey City. The spot is exactly how you’d expect a Jersey DIY to be: crusty, tight transitions, and littered with locals drinking and smoking. A fun place to spend the afternoon. I can’t wait for Winter to be over. Here’s a video of a Z-Flex rider…
The “Historical” Blizzard of January 2015
Last weekend the the northern East Coast was hit with what was supposed to be a historical blizzard. The blizzard’s name was Juno. From the perspective of a normal human being, thankfully the worst parts of the snowstorm just missed where I live. From the perspective of a man who enjoys shooting photos and a teacher…