Everyone did a great job in the cold and still hitting their tricks. Joel (pictured above) didn't miss one kick flip all day.
To celebrate we sang Nirvana'a "Come As You Are" together lounge style.
I am pretty sure this is Kyle rocking the ramp.
TJ and Tom roll up handheld, while Tyree skates down to the ramp.
Stephen Andrew (ELLIS) has been helping us with behind-the-scenes footage, acting, and pretty much everything you could imagine. It is hard to imagine this film happening without him. It is also pretty "fortuitous" that he just happened to be our upstairs neighbor. I would have never guessed when I knocked on the door that I would find a poly-artists Van Gogh, or that I would have a friend for life.
The first time I met Jenna I think I scared her off by being gruff and generally disagreeable. Then we both found out that that was just a day in Neverland. Having been hired to do Make-up, Jenna has shelped in every capacity of this film. I am impressed by her energy, strength, and overall professionalism. I have no doubt she will accomplish anything she sets out to do. Hopefully, we will get to work on another film together in the future.
I was told to get picks of the actors in domestic bliss to put into picture frames on the set. Luckily, I managed to get some instant family moments because the actors were so agreeable and easy to direct.
"...Pretend you're nagging him about something..."
"Um...look at the TV. Don't look at the camera. Now put your hand on his knee. There. Okay. That looks good..."
To share in our family atmosphere on this film, Jarrid Green, head of our lighting crew, suggested we all have mustaches. Everyone looks pretty good with them. When we show up on location, most people don't notice until we say something about it.
The inspiration for my mostache was Inigo Montoya from THE PRINCESS BRIDE. When I saw Jarrid after shaving, my first words were, "You kill my father. Prepare to die."
I like the mustache. I think I could rock one for my whole life.