Music video: “Cut it Out” by Kitten

Kitten is a Los Angeles indie band fronted by a 16 year old lead singer. This super stylish music video was directed by Tiger Tiger, who did a rad job of blending a teenage storyline with  gritty visuals, broadening its appeal into more mature territory.

On top of that there’s a BMX element, starring Eric Lichtenberger¬†(who killed it as the “love interest”!), with cameos by Andrew Jackson (who came through with some great shooting locations in his downtown LA neighborhood) and The Bank’s Andrew Krassowski.

Watch the video here.

C.R.E.A.M. & The Bank

The Bank has a rad feature up about Andrew Jackson’s signature frame from Wethepeople. The riding edit is really dope and the whole mini-site is pretty awesome, giving you all the info you’ll need on the C.R.E.A.M. frame. Check it out here.

Photogallery: Out & About w/ Gsport

Yesterday I met up with Dave Thompson, Van Homan, Garrett Reeves, Randy Brown and Andrew Jackson, who are in Cali filming for an upcoming G-Sport Props segment. Stew Johnson was manning the camera and Andrew White was getting all the proper action shots for DIG.

I met up with the dudes at the hotel they were staying at, and then we proceeded to bounce around various spots in L.A. A bunch of good stuff went down.

As always, I snapped some photos throughout the day, so click below to check them out.


IPath BMX website

It’s up.

Q&A: Andrew Jackson / The BANK

Recently, a new website out of the Los Angeles area called THE BANK dropped. In addition to clothing, the site is focusing on original material with a bunch of people helping out. You can think of it as sort like a window into the Los Angeles scene (but not limited to). The site may not be updated everyday, but quality stuff goes up when it is. They just posted this edit of Kade Gates too.

I’ve only ever spoken to Andrew Jackson about THE BANK, so I threw him some quick questions recently about the site/project.

Click below to check that out.




My longtime friend Tim Swart has been working with IPATH, and recently asked me to assemble and manage a BMX team for them. So here we are. Joining me on the IPATH BMX program are Jim Bauer, Andrew Jackson, Brian Yeagle and Dave Thompson, who is pictured above wearing the Gall shoe (photo by Jason Eichhorst).

I’ve always been impressed by their use of sustainable materials and business practices, and by the way IPATH stays IPATH with an unmistakable look. For those reasons I was excited for the opportunity to get involved and hook up some deserving riders. Stay tuned for more.

Andrew Jackson and Raul Ruiz


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