April 26, 2015

Klique_SD 2015

In the last year, I have been documenting the Lowrider lifestyle with Miguel Alatorre and his car-club, Klique SD. Miguel showed me the scene in early 2014, and we gathered a variety of visuals and narratives. This video is a summation not only to educate the future prospects and children of Klique members, but also to enlighten the outside world of the sometimes misunderstood lifestyle of a Lowrider club.
We want to thank the Klique SD members and families, the SDSU students (who filmed / edited the majority of this segment), and everyone who took the time and effort to help us create this collaboration.
I also want to thank Jesus Jimenez, who co-directed this, and Miguel Alatorre who brought me into the world of "Lowriding".

Offsetkings & Formula Drift LBC Round 1

FatlaceTV presents Offset Kings & Formula Drift Long Beach Video took place on April 10th and 11th in Long Beach, California at the Formula Drift…

April 23, 2015



Into The Mind

NOW AVAILABLE on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/movie/into-the-mind/id711353038 DVD/BluRay Orders and Tour Info: www.intothemindmovie.com Follow…

April 18, 2015

LA BOMBA ToyDrive.

- LA BOMBA ToyDrive. presented by OldMemories Car Club -
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Joy of Jag

Winston Dabbs is a product of his time. As a young man in 1970s Compton, California, he was swept up in the local enthusiasm for British sports cars, status symbols among young black men of the time. Dabbs's own entry into the world of British cars was modest -- a Bugeye Sprite which he bought from a friend for $75 -- but it sparked a passion that has stayed with him to the present day, a passion that led to a career in automotive restoration.
In the late 1990s, however, that passion ebbed when the demands of business and life prompted Dabbs to park his 1955 Jaguar XK140, purchased some ten years earlier, in the back of his garage and throw a cover over it. There the car collected dust for fifteen years until one day a few years back, Dabbs decided to pull it out, dust it off, and take it for a drive in the California sun. The Jag, now fully restored, hasn't had much rest since then, and what rest it does get is thanks to the XK120 that Dabbs brought into his garage in 2012. 
Now in what he calls "the highlight of his life," Dabbs is always ready to hop in one of his dropheads and make a break for the city limits.. After all, as Dabbs puts it, "there's no sense in having a car that you look at and say how beautiful it is if you can't get in it and go to San Francisco."
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April 13, 2015

Classic Legends


Classic Legends

April 07, 2015


Dark Horse: An all-electric ’68 Mustang’s quest to shatter records from The Verge on Vimeo.