Friday, December 31, 2010

Happy New Years

Thursday, December 30, 2010


The NDN license plates came in the mail today. Sick!

Monday, December 27, 2010

Aggressive Mall Catalog

Most people have been flipping through the new AMall catalog these past few days.

If you haven't had a chance...enjoy these low-res pics!

Bailey cover.

Top mistrial/Idaho plug.

New Valo/AMall EB denims.

There was also a little talk of The NDN blog in the interview!

Stay up, bitches.

Sunday, December 26, 2010

Here we have an illustration by Kyler Martz of the ndn snake maiden toying with a large serpent.

And here we have a gem that I stumbled across on the be-mag messageboard. Props to Davengo for the be-creativity.

An NDN Insight - Geoff Phillip

For this week's NDN Insight, Geoff Phillip!

1. Basic Insight-starter; How long have you been blading? How'd you get into it?

Coming up on 8 years. I got some size 12 Roller Derby Hard-X-Corr blades for christmas and went to the skatepark for the first time on jan 1 2003 so its real easy to keep track of how much time i've invested into this. There was never a blade scene in my little town but after a couple of months i ran into some kids from out of town at the park. They showed me that your supposed to move both feet when you do a switchup and that jumping onto handrails was possible. I literally had no idea because i just sort of taught myself grinds without knowing what they were called.

2. What was it like growing up in the tiny town of Moscow, Idaho?

Haha pretty boring. I skated by myself most of the time or with my skateboarder buddies. The happiest days of my life as a teenager were when kids would come down from Spokane and skate all day. After skating mostly by myself all the time, i would always progress or learn something new when i had kids that were way better than me to watch and learn from. I always felt like i reach my highest potential when i've got a good group of kids to skate with.

3. You've been out there in Denver for a while now and you seem to be doing well. What are some similarities/differences between the scene in Denver and the scene in Boise?

Denver is the craziest skate scene i've ever experienced. it's almost like culture shock to see 35 rollerbladers in the same place after living in such a small town. In Boise you sort of know who you're gonna be skating with that day, but in denver i find myself in a different car full of different people going to different spots almost every day. Its similar in that almost everybody gets along really well and we try to have one big session a week with TNR.

4. How important is a practice rail?

Anybody that knows me is laughing at this question. Practice rails are easily my favorite thing to skate, partially because i grew up skating the same foot tall ten foot long rail. I strongly believe that as long as you have the same obstacle to skate whenever you want, whether its a prail, box, mini ramp or a ledge you will find yourself progressing at a much faster rate.

5. During the 7+ years that we've known eachother, you've always been 100% down to go skating. What keeps you motivated?

Motivation is a pretty big issue when it comes to rollerblading after you turn 18. I used to skate a lot partially because there was nothing else to do, but after a while it just sort of becomes what you do all the time. The years are hard on my body but i can't imagine what i would be doing without skating. Sometimes i'm motivated by my friends that just want to go out and skate a park all day, without trying to film clips or figure out what spot we can go to that makes everybody happy. Sometimes i'm motivated by my friends that want to go out on a clip hunt and try to push you to do bigger and better things. But my main motivation is that feeling you get after you just landed something you didn't think you could do. To me that feeling is priceless.

6. In your recent online edit (view below) you make it a point to spin both ways. (Notice: 3 left, 5 right then 3 right, 5 left) Which is natural? Same with grinds?

I spin to the right and i grind right footed. When i was younger and just started to feel really confident with my skating i sprained my knee and my ankle at the same time. The doctor told me 8 weeks before any kind of strain, but i was going nuts after five weeks so i switched from remz to TRS for the ankle support and hit the skatepark. For the next year i pretty much learned everything i already knew on my practice rail with my left foot. After i healed i noticed that a lot of tricks felt more natural with my left foot (misfits, top-torques, negatives) and had to do some catching up with my right foot. Over the years everything just sort of blended together and there are a hand full of tricks i honestly don't have a natural foot for.

Geoff Phillip SCUMFILE 2010 from mykel fatali on Vimeo.

7. What are 5 things that you've learned through blading?

True friendship.
False friendship.
The value of a dollar.
The value of youth.

8. Other than Dayshapes & Scumpire online material, have you been filming for anything recently?

Nope, just filming and editing and putting stuff online like i always have.

9. When you aren't out rollerblading, what are you doing?

Shooting pool, annhialting anyone in my path on a nintendo64, driving my drunk friends around and smoking mass quantities of herb.

10. Any advice to kiddies that are just getting into the blade-game?

Skate a lot, don't smoke cigarettes, and skate because you want to and for no other reason.

en dub geoff phillip from geoff phillip on Vimeo.

Sticker sighting.

Saturday, December 25, 2010

Merry christmas everyone.

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

An NDN Hanukkah

Personalize funny videos and birthday eCards at JibJab!

Oh and for all you hebrew-haters out there...Merry Xmas from Nicole, Arlo, and I.

Personalize funny videos and birthday eCards at JibJab!

Monday, December 20, 2010

Geoff Phillip the NDN railslayer just put up a new edit.

Geoff Phillip SCUMFILE 2010 from mykel fatali on Vimeo.

Real sick skating. Keep an eye on the blog and watch out for Dayshapes for more Geoff Phillip material!


Sunday, December 19, 2010

Sunday night productivity.

Saturday, December 18, 2010

An NDN Insight - Kyler Martz

This week's NDN Insight, Kyler Martz!

1. Kyler N. Martz, how long have you been blading? How'd you get into it?

Geez, 11 years i think. Kids in my neighborhood made fun of me trying to do jumps in my mom's skates, so I got some Backyard Bobs. Then i went to a 13 Rivers contest, met Adam Robert and we became obsessed.

2. 10 word Martz-filled nutshell:

Ha, um lemme give it to you in poetic form:
Martz man got that style,
Cruisin' his blades,
Hella' fast.

3. I know you're moving soon. Where to? Any reasons in particular?

Ah I'm just moving down the road. The new place has a basement where I can spread out the art stuff a bit more. Seattle is tight for now. However, I will probably move away for grad school eventually.

4. Now that you've had ample amounts of time in both the Boise skate scene and that of Seattle, what are some similarities and differences?

Both places are great to skate. I'll take rain over cold any day though. Seattle has tons and tons of fun stuff to skate, but Boise was a great place to start skating, miss all you guys a lot.

5. When you aren't out bootin', what are you doing?

Hanging in my art cave listening to audio books, or tinkering on some old bike, maybe thrifting with the Futch.

6. Who are 3 of your favorite bladers to watch at the time being?

I can safely say that even if I wasn't from Boise, Erik Bailey would still be my favorite blader to watch. Casey McFarland and Ross Kuhn are so sick, as well as Jon Bolino. That's a tough question, I've seen a lot of serious shredders lately...

NDN Chickee

7. Did Jay or Ty ever pay you for the true savannah you did in "I Was A Cloud"? They owed you $40 total, right?

No way, big time claimers. Ty has payed me back in spliffage I'm sure. Whitmore, watch yo back.

8. You seem to be making good moves with your art. Where does your inspiration come from?

I love the ocean obviously, so getting to live by it has been a huge pull. Every other book in the thrift stores here is some badass old oceanography book. I love collecting those, and take inspiration from them. Too many other things inspire me to list them all. I hope I'm lucky enough to always have that problem.

9. You've been gone from your stomping grounds for a while bad do you miss Fort Boise?!?

Now I'm gonna be thinking about how bad I want to skate there the rest of the day! Good ol' Fort!

10. The Valo Kyler Pack is awesome, great job with that. Got anything to say to the Rollernews fans?

Ha! I better take a pass on this one! I am pretty stoked to have had that opportunity. Let's just say I'd rather be sewing bags than doing whatever those dudes do all day...

Thanks for the Insight Brick Oven Billstro! Good luck with the new video!

If you want to check out what I'm working on lately, you can head to:

Kyler and his lady/partner in particular art series will be having a show in Boise on January 6th! Make it out if you can, always a good time. Here's a link for more info. SmartzInBoise

Stay tuned!
A One Magazine write-up got posted on their site, read up on some of the gear to get this holiday season!

There's also mention of Dayshapes, despite it's non-holiday release date.


Friday, December 17, 2010

My homie.

So, if you're bored on the net and you've already read all the NDN goods...I've got a friend who's really looking to get his videos out there!

They're beyond entertaining...Ladies and gentleman, CountryCatfish.

Stanger's up in the house hiding behind his lappy.

Massive amounts of Cam Card to Erik Bill file transfers going down.

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Dan Dickerson is flying into town tomorrow for some business.

We'll be out filming for our parts in that Daaayshapes so hit us up if you want to blade!


Happy Birthday to Erik Bailey

Here's a photo of Erik with a few of his gifts...a firemen's helmet, skis and an axe!

Also...working on next week's NDN Insight. Should be a good'n!

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Cheesy photoshopped NDN's

NDN Swan

NDN Swan

NDN Acuff

NDN Eisenbark

Feel free to e-mail your own cheesy-ass NDN headdress photos over so I can toss'em up on the blog!

An NDN Insight - Tad Tregeagle

An NDN Insight with rising talent, Tad Tregeagle.

Tad. Photo I stole from Facebook.

1. How long have you been blading and how'd you get into it?

its been about 10 or so years now that i have been blading. i saw some kids at classic on rollerblades grinding these boxes and i just picked it up there.

2. What are some similarities and differences you've noticed between the Boise blade scene and that of SLC?

it seems like it is alot easier to get filming and stuff done in boise, but i enjoy both the blade scenes alot. everyone just loves to blade. its always a good time in both idaho and utah.

3. What does The NDN mean to you?

some good blading with some really good people and loving every minute of it.

Inspin Wallride to Fakie. Meridian, ID. Photo by Toasted Berry.

4. You're currently on a blading-hiatus due to a knee injury. What happened?

i tore my meniscus and my acl in my right knee while i was in vegas. it was on something i do everytime i go to a park, but shit happens. ill be back on my blades by the end of next summer.

5. How has your daily schedule changed since your injury?

im mostly at home now. not on the road as much. but i still do go hang out with friends during the evenings. just need to find a job after my surgery.

6. You're always hopping between Utah, Vegas, etc. Where would you like to live long-term?

long-term id say salt lake city. i just like traveling and will do it at any chance i get.

7. With your NDN Insight is your section from "I Was A Cloud", what have you been filming for since then?

i have filmed for the shock video and some for dayshapes.

Ao Unity to Topsoul Revert. Nampa, ID. Photo by Toasted Berry.

8. Do you do anything to preserve your body? Stretches? Fish Oil? Other pills/drugs?

i just ice my injuries. when my knee starts doing better i will do stretches and ride my bike. but other then that i dont do a whole lot haha

9. Who are a few of your favorite bladers to watch lately?

i enjoy watching my friends blade. i still go to sessions and hang out. i have also been watching alot of videos lately. out of the "pros" i like b. smith, erik bailey, stockwell, cameron card, tory treseder, farmer, julio basicly anyone who makes it look good.

10. Any hopes/plans for 2011?

well, just working and healing up. also hitting the colorado road trip (cause thats when i can roll around again) then probably trying to go somewhere warm to blade for the winter. maybe phoenix or something.

Tad Tregeagle - I Was A Cloud from erik bill on Vimeo.

Tad's section in "I Was A Cloud" circa 2009.
Anthony Serini and his wife are in town for a bit to take a break from their cross-country drive back east. He was kind enough to bring "Vine St." along with him, RICHIE EISLER!

We're aiming to get some filming done bright and early tomorrow A.M.

Nice to see you Anthony, come back soon!

Saturday, December 11, 2010

Click the photo and check out the recent views number.

Keep spreadin' the good word.

New NDN Insight coming tomorrow, complete with an IWAC section and photos.

Friday, December 10, 2010

I added a "Like" button for Facebook users to help spread the NDN word. They'll appear after every post.

So, if you'd like to "like". You're now able!

Thursday, December 9, 2010

An "I Was A Cloud" section will be uploaded with this week's NDN Insight.

The full deal will be up on the blog on Sunday.

New Insight every week.

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Bailey at AMall.

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

My dad, Steve Bill has been struggling with severe health issues for about 4 years now. Today he had a doctor's appointment and there were multiple physicians on hand to tell him that he "is a dying man" and that they're surprised he's still around. Needless to say, they aren't estimating that his life will last much longer. I don't believe in any type of God...but I'm definitely hoping for the best with my dad. If you know him or care to help out even if you don't know him, please do the same and hope for the best.

He loves blading and his NDN homies.

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Didn't stray too far from home with this week's NDN Insight.

Phil Davidson!

1. What does The NDN mean to you?

The NDN to me is the best group of friends a guy can have and some of the best, most funny times of my life! Along with the filming, editing and the great pursuit of clips.

2. When and how did you get into blading?

I started blading when I was 10 years old. My cousin gave me a pair of walmart blades so I started going to Rhodes and learned to drop in. I really enjoyed it so my grandma got me a pair of RB Suedes. I've always stuck with's my life and I can't think of anything else I'd rather be doing.

3.You took the gnarliest most disgusting fall I've ever seen. What was up with that?

I remember skating up to the rail and jumping to backslide...then waking up in the hospital more fucked up than that favorite uncle in my family. I got the spins from all the morphine so I told the doctor I was doing a 900. He looked at my mom and asked her if that was some kind of drug haha. She explained that it was a blading trick. I told myself over and over that I wasn't ever going to be able to blade again. When I looked back at the clip I was shocked that I lost that much blood and still live to tell the story. I'm truely grateful for the friends I had with me that day and for Erik not throwing up and blacking out from all the blood. I had to wear an eye patch for three months. You don't know what you have until you've lost it. After going to hell and back I got back on the blades with more passion and motivation than ever.

Phil's personalized cookie at the Boise 'I Was A Cloud' premiere.

4. What's it like being a father?

Being a father is kinda' like landing a rail for the first time. You're proud and have a sense of accomplishment but don't know what to do in a way. Every day when you wake to see they've learned something new is amazingly beautiful.

Phil's daughter...with an NDN sticker on her forehead.

5. Who are 3 of your favorite bladers to watch at the time being?

I would have to say Shima, Stockwell and Farmer. Just 'cause they always push the sport to new levels.

6. If you aren't out booting, what are you up to?

If I am not booting there are 3 things I do: work, watch my baby girl Kairi, and kick some ass in Phantasy Star Portable 2.

Phil and his blade.

7. Which section/tricks are you most looking forward to in Dayshapes?

Damn, that's a hard question. You're really putting me in the hot seat here...
I guess it would have to be Nick Swan. It's his first NDN section plus his style/trick vocabulary is unique and smooth.

8. You get distracted easily by cars, bystanders, Corey, etc....How do you make yourself get over those things?

My mind wanders way too easily. I try to stay focused and block the shit out but sometimes it can be a real challenge. The best way I get through it is to tell Corey, my mind, the weirdo's with their kids running around screaming, and any other crazy stuff going on around me to sssssshhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!! for 2 seconds. If I don't land it...gotta' do it all over again.

9. I really like the story about when you first met Erik Bailey, care to share?

Haha ok. So, I was 10 and had just gotten into blading. One day I'm down at rhodes and Mr. Bailey shows up with Eli Dorsey. I went up to Bailey and asked for his autograph. He wrote 'vagina' and told me to go show it to my mom. I'm pretty sure he doesn't remember it but it's a good laugh now because I skate with him frequently.

10. Explain the ideal session to Fetus Phil.

Rhodes with my homies. Learning new tricks and switches is the best.

Phil Davidson - NDN Insight from erik bill on Vimeo.

Been turning shitty weather into productivity. Just this morning we stole a rail, made concrete launches up to it, cemented the rail into the ground...and we bladed a kayak on top of snow mounds!

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

New Razorsnews Podcast starring Ebillz!

Also, these gems arrived in the mail yesterday...beauties!

Tuesday, November 30, 2010


This constant snow and ice is almost as bad as Boise's news reporters.

I received a pair a of Aragon 4's today and I'm dying to get out there and do some blading.

Monday, November 29, 2010

Just got done at the Boise Valo4Life premiere (aka Bailey & Bill sitting on a couch) and the video turned out great.

Good job to everyone involved!

Thanks to Ivan & Jon for the Blu-Ray, glad I could toss some clips your way!
Hell yes, they're available.

Coming soon.

Sunday, November 28, 2010

This week's NDN Insight is with another Boise blader, Tyler Schmidt!

1. Give me 5 words that describe Tyler Schmidt:

blade-cook-study-work-chill. I thought about using big words but that sums it up.

2. What does The NDN mean to you?

The NDN is big part of the reason I blade. Without a positive group of like minded individuals throwing stoke my way, I don't think rollerblading would have the same appeal to me. Plus it makes for good TV!

3. How long have you been blading? How'd you get into it?

I've always thought about this question because it kind of has two answers. I first got into blading in 1996 when Arlo Eisenberg and Randy Spizer did a demo at Balboa High School while my parents were stationed in the Canal Zone in Panama. My brother came home with a Team Paradise catalog and one of the Hoax videos. I remember thinking that it was the coolest thing ever. I didn't start really blading and pushing myself until what I'm calling the Coup de Tat era, and I'm sure that's the same for a lot of people. So 10 years or so?

4. After living in Germany, Arizona, and so on...Are you glad you ended up in Boise, ID? Why?

A good number of people are surprised to hear that I think Boise is the best place I've lived. It has everything I need: Four seasons, a low crime rate, a good skate scene and some of the best friends I'll meet. I have been to a lot of places and seen a lot of things but Boise is definitely home.

5. You've been around for a good chunk of the Dayshapes sessions...any parts/tricks you're especially excited for?

I always seem to join the session an hour after, or the spot after the best stuff. So I'm looking forward to seeing some of it on the big screen. There are also a few bangers I witnessed that I would like to see used in a part but I wouldn't want to give those away to early!

6. Top 5 favorite beers? What makes them so fantastic?

This is something I have been contemplating for years and I know I'll change my mind after it has been published:

#1. Adelskronen Pilsner - Only sold in Bavaria, everything you would want from a pils
#2. Köstriker Schwarzbier - The black beer with the blonde soul
#3. Paulaner Hefeweizen - Really good hef from Germany, best if you can get it on tap
#4. Blue Moon Grand Cru - A limited release double Belgian Wheat that was only available during an actual blue moon on new years.
#5. Spaten Munich Optimator - Bavarian style doppelbock that will knock you on your ass and still taste good

(Mikey I would have put Stout's Honor on there but like always it still needs more time)

7. What are 5 things that you've learned through blading?

Great minds think alike.
You should always have "non-blading jeans"
Skate videos turn into great music playlists
It never hurts "that bad"
If a bum asks you for the time, just say no

8. Top 3 most legendary pro's of all time?

This question is way to hard to answer, but I'm going to say Feinberg, Shima and Julio as far as Legends go. They just stand out the most to me.

9. When you aren't out rollerblading, what are you doing?

Well right now I'm gearing up for ski season, which should be cool. I like to kayak in the summer. I also brew my own beer so come ask me for one if you see me; I'm always looking for some constructive criticism!

10. Any advice to kiddies that are just getting into the blade-game?

Network! If you see a blader at your local park, get their number and go skate with them. You will learn more and enjoy more when you are around people that have been doing this for a while. That's what keeps me motivated!

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Bored in the winter? Read up on Romulus!

Friday, November 26, 2010

Aggressive Mall and Valo collaborate once again to formulate these new Erik Bailey blades.

Black Denim

Blue Denim

511 Slim blades.

Oh, and Dan Dickerson got a PS3. Welcome to the good life, pal.

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Happy Thanksgiving, ya'll.

The blog hit 8,000 views today...keep spreadin' the good word!
These guys have been busy.

Wednesday, November 24, 2010


As many of you know, December 31st will be the final day to get footage for DAYSHAPES.

I think that everyone involved with the video should get together and celebrate all of their hard work sometime near the end of December. Come a few days early to blade and sneak in some last-minute bangers, score a lot of timeless lifestyle footy, all the good stuff.

We'll get the dates planned, the kinks worked out and keep everyone updated.

My bday, christmas, hannukah, kwanzaa, new years, and end of filming are all within a few days of eachother so a party must ensue.


Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Jeff Stanger's checklist. Prioritizing is key.

Only 1 month to gather DAYSHAPES footage!

Sunday, November 21, 2010

This week's NDN Insight belongs to another long-time homie of mine. We take a trip to Wisconsin to visit Jeff Scanlon.

1. Jeff Scanlon in a nutshell:

Optimistic, encouraging, weird, misunderstood, film-maker, poet, father, random

2. What does The NDN mean to you?

People that choose creativity as a lifestyle.

3. How long have you been blading? How'd you get into it?

I've been blading almost as long as you are old. 17 years. I got into it in Chicago. I just learned how to ice skate and when it started warming up and I needed something to fill that void. In come the rollerblades. Little did I know how much they would define me. I saw a couple guys trying to grind these long skinny square rails that are actually kind of famous. They're shitty rails, but have been skated a lot. Well there really aren't many good rails in downtown Chicago. Anyway, that's how I got into it.

4. Explain the whole being homeless, blading with TJ Webber, Portland thing.

I was trying to live in Portland on my own, and without a job or any real friends to fall back on, I was forced to live outdoors for a little while. I have to say the fresh air was amazing. It's interesting, when you're homeless you don't count money like, "I have a dollar fifty". You say, "I have six quarters". For some reason money doesn't seem as hard to obtain if you think of it as a number rather than an amount.

Skating with TJ was a humbling experience. He was the nicest guy, so fun to roll with, hilarious, and totally on the same page any time we went out. He never carried himself like he was above anyone, which could be said for most of the Portland skaters back then. It was a community of friends encouraging each other through skating, and always talking shit to keep you humble. It wasn't about being cool, in fact it was the opposite. It was about embracing the odd and letting it shine. That somehow created the cool. TJ just happened to be so fucking amazing at skating that you knew he was special. Then he became the best rollerblader in the world after winning NISS in 95. I can always say I knew him when, and wish he still played some role in our community of rolling.

5. After living in several states, which scene do you consider most suiting to you? Why?

Portland for sure, it molded the rollerblader I am today. Boise is a close second and that's due mostly to you E.Bill, your motivation, motivates. In P-town there was an energy that made us feel like we were a family. A family that owned the city. We would skate wherever we wanted and just kill everything standing. Everybody was always so juiced to skate and get fired up from watching each other land trick after trick. It would get to the point where everyone was dropping hammers every time they tried. Perfect energy for any session.

6. All-time top 5 favorite Radiohead tracks?

All of them

7. What are 5 things that you've learned through blading?

1. That if I totally trust myself, I will land the trick first try
2. With age comes fear, and the courage to face it
3. Stretching and fish oil will keep you young
4. Some of the greatest minds in the world rollerblade
5. Being sweaty and dirty at the end of a good skate is almost better than sex

8. You taught me quite a bit about skating over the years we spent out and about. I wanted to thank you for that and also ask how you could put up with a young E.Bill?

The first time I pulled up to Glory and heard you say "Whoaa" when I tossed my skates out of the car was when I knew I could put up with you. I didn't need help putting up with you, it's who you are that helped. I knew you had more than those clowns you were rolling with at the time (like Nick). So far you haven't proven me wrong. Thank you for taking whatever advice I've given you, and learned something from it. Knowing that I have some responsibility for who you are now really means a lot to me. Glad I could help. I know you've helped me.

9. What are some similarities and differences between your skating 10+ years ago and now? Where did you draw inspiration from then and where do you now?

Well I'm not the crazy, go-for-broke skater that I use to be. I remember skating with two sprained ankles and just skating lower stuff so I didn't have to jump too high. Now I can still skate with a little pain, but I know that it's better to rest when I need to. One thing that has really changed for me is that I think about getting hurt more than landing the trick. Like I will look at a rail and know that I can grind it no problem, but for some reason I start to think of every bad thing that could happen and start to doubt my own ability. Really have to meditate through shit sometimes.

My inspiration has never changed. Just going out and skating is always what gets me going. It's always fun, even when it isn't.

10. Any interesting stories you'd care to share?

I have many interesting stories I could share. I could talk about the gentleman with racquetball breath. Or the man sitting at Rhodes with his special playing card. Yes, I could talk about a lot of things... but I won't.

Thank you Erik Bill for asking me to do your interview. This is truly an honor. The new Dayshapes trailer is fucking amazing.

This is a section that I made of Jeff about 4 years ago in Boise, ID.

Don't Forget Section

Jeff | Myspace Video

New DAYSHAPES trailer!


And long-time NDN Kyler Martz designed this new Valo bag!

Julio's wearing it so you know it's sick.

Saturday, November 20, 2010


DAYSHAPES Trailer #2 from erik bill on Vimeo.

MARCH 2011!

Help us this video on your facebook/myspace/twitter/blog/whatever...spread the word!

Friday, November 19, 2010

Only a little over a month left to film for DAYSHAPES!

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Be-Mag's Pic of the Week.

Blader: Erik Bill
Photographer: Toasted Berry
Trick: Dead Fish

And here's another photo from the same session.