Urban Outfitter’s Space 15 Twenty did a quick interview with Lowell for their weekly Zine Files feature. Check it out here and read about how he became a man, got into photography, and whether or not he’d take a one-way trip to Mars.
“The Asians back in the day who thought skateboarding was ‘too white’ to do (please note: this was Orange County in the late 90s / early-early 00’s and most Asians were into rap, rice rockets, and import models.)”
Here’s a few photos from our excursion up north to the 2015 San Francisco Zine Fest! We went up with a pair of mates and stayed across the bay in Oakland. We ended up spending the whole weekend up there, running around, eating burritos and bagels, buying a bunch of NorthFace crap, and rummaging around a 3-story pirate bar. Here’s some random photos from the trip! Enjoy!
Check out this short film called Some Girl’s Mothers by skateboard cinematographer + Berrics Creative Director, Colin Kennedy and his wife, writer/director Dayla Corcoran Kennedy. In association with The Julian Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit that’s focused on supporting the alternative arts in Southern California, we’ve offered a hand in developing their messaging and marketing through the non-profit and gaining further financial support to finish their short film into full production. Check out their Seed & Spark funding campaign here and the little write up we got them at Metal Magazine.
We had the chance to catch the Orange County Zine Fest back at my old stomping grounds in Santa Ana! The hot sun was beating down through the walls, but it didn’t deter us from having a fun time with all the people that came by. Check out a few photos from our stay in the OC.
Here’s a few photos of our trip to San Simeon. I just wanted to get the fuck out of town and keep it mellow with just us two. We’ve got a few dozen photos, but these are just a handful I picked. The rest we’ll probably use in zines and such. — Lowell
In May, my sister Lumi came for a visit all the way from Belgium and we had the best time! Living so far away from your family isn’t always easy but thank you internet for being there. Lately I’ve been taking lots of photos with my Fuji Instax cameras, so here’s a couple of shots. Miss you :]
Wow the Zine Fest was amazing, we had the best time and it seems like everyone else did too! Quite amazed at how smoothly it all went. And we’d like to thank everyone that tabled and showcased their awesome zines! Here’s a couple photos we snapped… — Adios!
MAAAN ARE WE BUSY. If you’re in the Long Beach area, you should come by to this event we’ve put together through the Julian Foundation and the LBZF Committee. We’re lucky enough to be one of the co-founders of the Long Beach Zine Fest! Woop woop!