I teamed up with Lossa Engineering to make a short video on a Yamaha SR500 that was featured on Cafe Racer Season 1. I wanted to have all the shots at night, and no cars on the road, which was no easy task, but we pulled it off. After several nights of waiting for no traffic, and avoiding the police under the Long Beach Airport landing strip we did it. Enjoy.
Shot, Edited, and Directed by: Ricki Bedenbaugh
Locations: Long Beach and Los Angeles CA
Shot on Canon 7D
Glass: Canon 50mm 1.2, Canon 70-200mm 2.8, Canon 10-22mm
Edited with: Final Cut Pro
Color Treatment: Magic Bullet Looks
Motion Graphics: Adobe After Effects
We may call BD Athlete Joe Grant a “runner guy,” but honestly, those words fail to give a true notion of what he actually does. Truth is, Joe Grant heads into the mountains for a lot more than running. And what he finds out there, high among the craggy peaks, is what he likes to call rhythm. In this film, we captured Joe in his element, doing his thing and searching for that rhythm, deep in the heart of the Alps. Enjoy.
At 76 years old, Dag is a living legend. Existing entirely off-the-grid and without the trappings of modern day society, he is closer to freedom than most could ever imagine. If that isn't enough, Dag dedicates his life to living out his greatest passion, training for a 125km Ultra-Marathon with which he holds the record for the oldest person to ever complete the race. Who is this man and why does he do it? We've come to find the answers, but first, we'd have to find him.
Created by: Brick Films
Director/DP/Edit: Justin Pelletier
Creative Producer: Adam Maruniak
River - Zachary David
Blackwall - Phillip Kay
Takamba - William Fritch
Interviewee 1: Ted Clayton
Interviewee 2: Brian James
Interviewee 3: Charlotte Helston
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