From the monthly archives: April 2012

“As admirers of EpicMealTime on YouTube, we decided to make our own video.

So after £125 worth of food being purchased and a group of people being rounded up we sat down and planned out an epic Mexican Burrito.

Starring: Ross Penny, Mechelle Simm, Simon Nash, Christopher Dew, Abigail Mundy, Rhiannon Devaney and Rob Stafford.

Filmed on Canon 60D w/ Sigma 30mm f/1.4 and Edited by Ross Penny in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.

All Music taken off YouTube with all credit going to EpicMealTime.




I broke my knee last weekend and I am currently off my feet for 6 weeks, so I wouldn’t count on seeing much from me, I do have a couple things lined up, if my recovery picks up a bit.

So currently I am on my MacBook 24/7 and it’s not an ALL bad thing, as it did mean I came across this fucking banger of a video from Mike King. It doesn’t really need much of an introduction, so just feast your eyes and read the description Mikey posted below.

A short video with the aim of capturing the good times my bike has brought me over the summer.

Filmed amongst my closest friends and other riders who share my passion of bike riding across England, Texas and France.

This is our life, and we love it.

‘Give me my fix…’

Riders: (in order of appearance)
Billy Cooper
Benjamin Perrier
Bob Manchester
Chris Russel
Liam ‘Lima’ Eltham
Dean Cueson
Josh Wyles
Ryan Taylor
Thomas Festin
Justin Foque
Anthony Watkinson
Vivien Leydet
Dan Foley
Jordan ‘Hypa J’ Allepo

This video appeared on The Hunt BMX DVD last summer.

Music is provided by The Jezabels and Imagem, their publishers.
Track name: Sahara Mahala
Taken from their EP ‘Dark Storm’, available on iTunes-

Filmed, edited and produced by Mike King.
Filmed on a Canon 550D, Canon 50mm f/1.8, Sigma 10mm fisheye, Tamron 28-200mm. Edited in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5


“Basically I’ve had massive problems with this site, the main one being that everything got corrupted, including my backup files and everything got deleted.
So I have had to redesign the blog page as you can see, and unfortunately only have about 5/6 of my most recent posts as I have lost EVERYTHING else.

So if you are looking for a picture, or post, let me know, because I have everything I’ve taken backed up on hard drive and can pick it out for you, but I’m not re-posting 2 years odd worth of blog posts, because frankly, that’s boring and tedious.”


A couple weeks ago, me and 4 friends went for a trip to Barcelona for a week.

It was just purely to get out of the cold winter of England and get a break from it all!
It was such good fun, but to be honest, you probably won’t enjoy this video as much as us lot will as a lot of the stuff were kind “you had to be there moments”.

If you are watching this, thankyou for the views, and if you are enjoying this, I’m glad it’s giving you a good viewing, as it was enough fun to make and edit as it was to do and watch again and again.

Song: Foster The People – Pumped Up Kicks

Filmed and Edited by Ross Penny on Canon 60D with Sigma 30mm f/1.4 and Samyang 8mm Fisheye f/3.5.


Yesterday, I shot all the new stock that theLAB got in.

They’re real fresh! Go check it all out now.




Here’s a video too.
Please excuse the fact it’s very distorted, youtube doesn’t like me…….hence the reason I usually use Vimeo.


Went to a gig the other day, took my camera…….enjoy the next three posts with a couple of my favourite snaps I grabbed from a few of my mates bands that were playing.

New updated Music Portfolio Page too.


“Originally, this edit was supposed to be a summer edit……but the fact England didn’t actually have a summer this year, coupled with the fact I managed to hit a festival pretty much every weekend in the “summer” and exhaust my overdraft, resulted in a very neglected couple of months for my camera.

Nevertheless, Chunky was keen to get the edit finished before the winter kicked in and the days started getting cold, dewey and dark.

We managed to finish filming by cramming in every evening, day and early starts on any second I wasn’t at work, unfortunately my camera started to become temperamental and in the end, broke…..but despite this fact, we managed to get everything and this was the finished product.

I’d like to say thanks to Mark Webb for hospitality as always and letting us film at the newly refurbished Ghetto Shed.”

Filmed and Edited by Ross Penny

Filmed on: Canon 60D w/ Canon 50mm f/1.8, Sigma 30mm f/1.4 and Samyang 8mm Fisheye f/3.5

Song: Los Campesinos – You! Me! Dancing! (edited)


Dan “Chunky” Harris – 8 Beers Edit