Tuesday, December 6, 2011


 Some great pic taken of my creative space on la brea and first. For all that don't know about these buildings, they are from the second world war, 1939 to be precise. I always felt  a strong connection to there design so after a long and hard search I ended up with two, just enough to complete my temporary office. The beauty is when im sick of seeing the same cars drive by everyday, I will quietly and quickly move them to another designer street thats in need of a little shacking up...  If you are wanting a sneak peek call. 1310-869-3206

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

June July August

Well needless to say its been getting hot, so i feel the best thing is to spend as much time in the water as possible. First great photo taken in moms pool by my brother Daniel. see other work of his here danielwinterphotography.com/. second photo at Point Dume Malibu with my not so large halibut, but none the less fed four of us that night. Thanks Fish..

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

my daily transportation


This is my daily driver 1942 ford pickup. I do it no favors, we use the hell out of it.

Here is my 1939 Indian Sport Scout. This picture was taken on a hard work day in front of Joan's on 3rd cafe. Photo by Bo Bushnell.

My 1928 Ford roadster. I assume they will send me to the sea in this car. I built it the year before my father passed. This car was the best way for me to escape the reality that awaited me later that year. I will never forget that build. 

Bigfoot West


 This is Bigfoot West bar in Culver City. I designed this bar with one of the owners, Bobby Green, who also owns Bigfoot Lodge, Thirsty Crow, Little Cave and Saint & Sinners. If you look closely at the last photo there is a picture of me, aged to perfection, in a 1930's boxer stance. We put that photo in the display box to immortalize a large handlebar mustache I grew for 6 months until a certain little lady (Tara) made me cut it.

The THIRSTY CROW silverlake

Some photos of the Thirsty Crow in Silverlake, Ca. One of the owners and I hand picked and designed this space in under two months. We changed the theme from a 1970's trucker bar called Stinker's into an elegant 1930's whisky bar which is now a favorite amongst locals.

PRPS NY showroom

Here's a few shots of the PRPS showroom  that I designed back in March.  All of the pieces were sourced in Los Angeles and shipped to NYC. It was recently featured in Sportswear International... more pictures coming soon.