Horse Cycles is a small one-man custom bike shop tucked away in the streets of Brooklyn, NY. Each frame is made with love and care, innovation and inspiration and is 100% unique. The bicycles are made to fulfill each individuals needs by considering who you are, and where you ride. Horse's goal is to make precision bicycles one at a time using the best possible materials while working in concert with the customer to improve their riding experience. Horse offers a small alternative to a massive production based industry by paying attention to the individual to create something that is made locally, by hand, and with no limitations.
First and foremost, the coffee from Grounds For Change is amazing! And we think they're inspiring. Not only do they meticulously craft their product, they are also socially-minded at every turn. And besides that, they're just great folks.
Shot with: Sony FS100 and Nikon D7000, Nikon and Zeiss primes - 16, 35, 50, 85, 105mm, LED kit, slider and 8' jib.
Based in Salt Lake City, Utah, Old Flowers provides durable handmade leather iPhone cases. Created by Caleb Flowers, the craftsman comes from a history of skilled leather workers. Old Flowers is a new take on a time honored tradition.
Woodlot Restaurant, Toronto Standard TorontoStandard.com presents 'Made in Toronto' Woodlot's Baker: Jeff Connell
Directed & edited by Tate Young / written & produced by Ian Daffern. Photographed by Tony Edgar