tagged with: Jim Evans
April 30th, 2011 • Paul H-O
This is the extreme FX charged version of DECODED edited by Garett Holden. We worked on the early versions until it was clear that we needed to collate the story arc that kept expanding as we went, so then I laid down a 30 minute story edit and from there created a series of video platforms that told the Jim Evans story, called DECODED, in a variety of more »
January 3rd, 2011 • Paul H-O
Nature is fast, beautiful, and lethal. He would have killed us for sure if we had tried to drop in on his wave. I personally would rather be killed by a dolphin than a shark, because they're a lot more lovable. H-O
Directed by Paul H-O, starring Jim Evans and Flipper, Animal handler- FiFi Lebeouf, Camera- May Rigler
December 15th, 2010 • Paul H-O
In the covert world of rock posters and the artists that create them, there is a hierachy of trend setters that rarely come out behind the wall of graphics. Jim Evans can trace his vector from working with Rick Griffin and the psychedelic era, to working with Nirvana, Fugazi, U2 more »
September 30th, 2010 • Paul H-O
Production test. V2V Productions. Rough cut concept. Using footage to maximize available digital tape recordings that may or may not be used in a commercial film product. Most likely not, and clearly only the assembly of very short clips could be used were an entire documentary film created. But film work is a process of assembly, and the creation of many bits and pieces of things are eventually bolted into place.
Filmed by May Rigler
Introduced by Ned Evans (he won't know until informed)
Produced by Miro, Nye, and H-O
All Rights Reserved 2010
September 8th, 2010 • Paul H-O
Classic Psyche/Grunge/Alternative Graphic Artist Jim Evans brings me to one of his fave local spots that I can actually name because it's too famous to keep a secret - you still need a pass: go with a local. We witness the best surfers in history on a lucky break, and they never need a board. Just clean ocean and a lack of the fishing industries stupid methods of providing sushi and canned tuna.
Video by May Rigler
July 16th, 2010 • Paul H-O
A slide show shot and edited by photographer Garett Holden covering the opening of the SWELL show which opened June 30th at Nyehaus, Friedrich Petzel Gallery, and Metro Pictures. SWELL covers the life, times, and art of the surfer/artists of Venice Beach to Malibu, including New York based artists with connections and inspirations to the subject at hand. SWELL is curated by Jacqueline Miro and Tim Nye. The SWELL website can be checked out here and Garett's website can be found here.