NEW YORK, NY February 15, 2011: SMASH presents The Surfers Studio: An evening with Jamie Brisick, Saturday February 26th 8PM at the legendary Anthology Film Archives in the heart of the East Village, NYC. The Surfers Studio is a series of in depth conversations documenting the lives, careers and contributions of surfers who have made impacts on surf culture and the surf community.
The first subject in a series of live interviews is Jamie Brisick, a writer, photographer, and director. He surfed on the ASP world tour from 1986 to 1991. He has since documented surf culture extensively. His books include We Approach Our Martinis With Such High Expectations and Have Board, Will Travel: The Definitive History of Surf, Skate, and Snow. His writings and photographs have appeared in The Surfer’s Journal, The New York Times, and The Guardian. He was the editor of Surfing magazine from 1998-2000. In 2008 he was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship. He lives in New York City with his wife and 5’10” Channel Islands Pod.
The Surfers Studio: An Evening with Jamie Brisick will take place Saturday February 26th, 8PM @ Anthology film Archives: 32 Second Avenue New York, NY 10003 On the corner of East 2nd Street & 2nd Ave.
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Follow Jamie Brisick at Wrestling Elephants www.jamiebrisick.com
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SMASH (Surf ● Movies ● Art ● Shaping ● History) is a production company created by Adam Cannizzaro, Michael Machemer and Tyler Breuer, all native New Yorkers who have been actively involved in the NY surf community for more than two decades. The mission of SMASH is to present, in a public forum, a body of emerging and historical work from the local and global surf community throughout the year. The aim is to bring to light the profound contributions of artists, shapers, filmmakers, photographers, musicians and everyday surfers to the vast and diverse world we call ‘surf culture.’ Our mission is to encourage and promote the discussion about what surf culture was, is and can be by creating an arena in which this dialogue can take place.
About Anthology Film Archives: An international center for the preservation, study, and exhibition of film and video, with a particular focus on independent, experimental, and avant-garde cinema.
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