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.)”
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