Just as things were starting to get back on track, along came the riots, and three more dead. It was an awful time in the wrong state of mind. Leadership appeared to be absent as the homeless became ever more present.
This is another one of those videos I didn’t intend to make, but while I was doing my usual lap around the Mile Square, I came across a group of kids skateboarding near the mall […]
ONE WOMAN PROTEST ON MONUMENT CIRCLE In a city blighted by plywood, plastic portable-bathrooms, and people overdosing on random sidewalk corners, Priscilla went straight to it’s geographic center. There, she sat with her sign on […]
My friend Paul, Prop 291, and The Party for Socialism and Liberation.
This is the 2nd part of the October footage I’ve been going through. Voting lines were still long. Live entertainment was still set up outside at Lugar Plaza. I saw my first elliptical bike downtown. […]
It was just another typical downtown day in Indianapolis spiked with threats and short on sanity while trying out my new Samsung Note 20 Ultra. My long awaited trade-in had finally arrived with all of […]
My Birthday was unusual this year, as is most every day these past several months. Never has it fallen on the Indy 500. Most likely, it never will again. While the Circle was getting cleaned […]
In an era of protests and pestilence, there has been no shortage of things to cover downtown Indianapolis since March. Little did I think when I started videoing four years ago that the city would […]
I had never run into three black skateboarders skating together without white friends until a few weeks ago. During my last four years of skateboarding around regularly, I would occasionally see one or two black […]
I couldn’t think of a better way to share the story of Indianapolis than from atop a skateboard with a camera. I get plenty of exercise, my negotiation skills have improved immensely, and as of […]