Sunday, March 20, 2011


Why Not? I mean really, why not spend a couple weekends making your own low pro motorcycle movie? It’s not like you have anything better to do. Just get a crew of your closest friends together, a camera, find some tiny little town in the middle of no where Washington and just start shooting. It’s that simple. It may not be that good, but it is that simple:)

Untitled from Connor Hair on Vimeo.

Director: Connor Hair

Assistant Director: Josh Lane

Produced by: Josh Lane, Todd Blubaugh, Alex Meader, Connor Hair

DP:Alex Meader

Edited by Connor Hair

Music by: Antony De Genarro

Costume Design: Todd Blubaugh

Written by: Josh Lane And Alex Meader

Production design: Josh Lane, Garret Anderson, Noah Dolan, Alex Meader, Connor Hair, Todd Blubaugh

Costume Design: Todd Blubaugh

Cast: Bill Johns, Todd Blubaugh , Gabriel Gonda, Kerri Melzer, Nick Depaolo, Mark Mcguane

Thursday, March 10, 2011


I love blogspot. But I think wordpress is the future. Please visit my new wordpress site for all my future photo news and updates...

See u there:)

Sunday, November 21, 2010

We R Winning (trailer 02)

We R Winning (trailer 02) from Todd Blubaugh on Vimeo.

Finally done. Stay tuned for screening details;)

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Coming Soon!

Taking risks is important. Without risk life drags on into a mindless web of routines where the vitality of hope is slowly sucked from our memory. It's not long before we are deceived into settling for less of a life than what is actually achievable. I'm always grateful to hear a tale of ordinary people freeing themselves from these illusions. We should all make an effort to have a story like this someday.
We R Winning is proud to present an inspiring film about a group of friends overcoming the uncertainties that keeps people from doing what they love. Here's some footage. Hope you enjoy;)

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Mod or Rocker, that is the question...

The Mods and Rockers were two conflicting British youth subcultures of the early-mid 1960s.

Gangs of mods and rockers fighting in 1964 sparked a moral panic about British youths, and the two groups were seen as folk devils. The rockers adopted a macho biker gang image, wearing clothes such as black leather jackets. The mods adopted a pose of scooter-driving sophistication, wearing suits and other cleancut outfits. By late 1966, the two subcultures had faded from public view and media attention turned to two new emerging youth subcultures — the hippies and the skinheads.

My girl is a Mocker;)

Friday, January 8, 2010



I love you guys;)