P.A.M.

January 25, 2011

November last year we shot a short film called PAM, set against a post-apocalyptic backdrop, it is the story of a circumstantial hero who’s ward is a young boy who possesses a coveted prize. Was a fun job to work on with some of the most talented people I have met, it was a great couple of weeks. Read the rest of this entry »

I Have An Idea.

January 24, 2011

Could be a new Old Spice commercial – “Now look at me. I’m on fire…” Read the rest of this entry »

Forgiveness Please.

August 25, 2010

Sorry for the tardiness in posts, I have been at war, the enemy: the ordinary. Here are some photos from the trenches.

The Interceptor.

March 27, 2010

Paul, a good friend and newly returned soldier, brought his Ford XB coupe down to the shed the other day for a quick cut and polish. The XB is not only the true Australian muscle car but is also a pop icon as it starred as “the last of the V8 interceptors..” in the cult movie Mad Max. As you can see from the photos, this thing is a beast and worthy of the status it carries. When roaring through the streets in this monster, the amount of toot and thumbs-up combos you get from proper Australians who care about important things is staggering. You can see why. The way this thing sits on the road and looks perfectly at home in industrial Australia, makes you want to grow a mullet, have a shirts-off day, swill VB and jerk your head when you speak so your flowing locks flick about like a squirrel’s tail. More photos after the plunge.

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Gentlemen Broncos.

March 15, 2010

Another great movie from the same stable that gave us Napoleon Dynamite. Gentlemen Broncos is a story about an aspiring Sci-Fi writer, Benjamin, who attends a workshop hoping to get a leg-up with his craft. Instead of the help hoped for, his story idea is fleeced by one of Benjamin’s heroes, Dr. Chevalier who is a guest speaker at the workshop.

Set in this fantastical mediocre world, this story is populated by characters whose quotes will come up over and over. Well cast, well written and beautifully designed and shot. Gets a 10 on the radness scale.

Not Much Need Be Said.

March 3, 2010

The 56′ Ford Thunderbird, famous for its role as the fantasy blonde’s chariot in the film American Graffiti, has been a long time (2 1/2 years) fixture in the auto surgery and is now close to completion and ready for a new home. You can understand why, in the movie, our main protagonist became so besotted with the young Suzanne Somers as she rolled around in this motor. Watch the movie, look at the pictures and feel the cords of desire pull you hard towards this fine instrument.

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