Monday, December 6, 2021

High Quality Poster Prints Available Now to Support Upcoming Exhibitions.

High quality poster prints, will be sold for the first time ever, to help fund exhibitions of my work worldwide. Iconic images of Tony Alva, Bad Brains, Beastie Boys, Bones Brigade, Black Flag, and Public Enemy will be included. The sale will directly fund the photography exhibitions in cities around the world.

Get posters HERE.

The limited edition GICLEE prints are printed on exceptional ‘Hahnemuhle FineArt Baryta a-Cellulose Bright White High Gloss archival paper’ 325 gsm (18’’ x 24’’ / A2). Each individual print will be numbered and come with a seal on the back signed. 

Only 500 copies of each image will be created.   

Following on from our successful exhibition with ATP in London in 2014 / 2015, we plan to once again join forces for this worldwide project with the same DIY ethic as the MY RULES, Covent Garden full building exhibition. Plans for the exhibition to travel to Barcelona, Rome, Paris, Amsterdam, Lisbon, Tokyo, Melbourne, Los Angeles and New York City are already in the works. Crowd sourcing revenue to make these happen via print sales keeps the integrity of the show at a premium. 

Each supporter who purchases a print will be contacted when the shows are confirmed and invited to choose which city they would like to attend the pre-opening night, showing. I will be attending these special openings and can personalise any prints that anyone has purchased.


Tony Alva - 1977
Bad Brains - 1980 
Beastie Boys - 1991
Bones Brigade -1984
Black Flag - 1983  
Public Enemy - 1987

The first exhibitions will take place in Europe in 2022.

Prints cost $99 USD, £75 GBP, €85 euros + Shipping.

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Friday, October 22, 2021

DogTown & Z-Boys 20 years Later on the Big Screen
w/ Wentzle and Glen in Brooklyn

On Wendnesday the 3rd of November 2021 The Nitehawk Cinema in Prospect Park Brooklyn, NY will be screening the original DogTown and Z-Boys as well as GEF's new short film A Look Back: DogTown and Z-Boys. This is the only planned big screen showing of the new film in the U.S. after it's premiere in Paris last month, at the Paris Surf and Skateboard Film Fesitval. Come join us for a short Q&A with original Z-Boy Wentzle Ruml IV and Glen E. Friedman. They will also be signing copies of the recently re-published book "DogTown - The Legend of the Z-Boys"

Friday, September 24, 2021

A Look Back :
DogTown and Z-Boys

This is the first film (albeit a short one) I have officially been the director on.

Thursday, September 16, 2021

Noam Chomsky is asked why he supports vaccines

this is a great long interview, but this clip starts with the vaccine question and continues from there.

Tuesday, August 10, 2021

my short film
"A Look Back: DogTown & Z-Boys"
will be released next month!

A date has not been set yet, but it will be forthcoming. The in person premeire will be held at the opening of the Paris Surf and Skate Film Festival on September 23rd where I will attend. Here's the teaser:

Monday, January 11, 2021

Dump, QAnon and The Return of Magic

this should have been watched a few years ago, but hopefully not too late for some of you or your friends who need to know.

Sunday, January 10, 2021

Lincoln Project’s Rick Wilson:
Dump’s Life About to Become "A Burning Hell"

As rioters stormed the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan's efforts to send in state police and the National Guard were blocked by the federal government for a full 90 minutes. Now, Hogan – a Republican – is calling for President Trump to resign or be removed from office. Joining these calls is the Lincoln Project, the anti-Trump Republican group formed in 2019. Its co-founder Rick Wilson calls the violence “sedition and insurrection,” and speaks with Hari Sreenivasan about what’s at stake.

Originally aired on January 8, 2021.