Mark "Red" Scott was one of the founders, creators, and builders of the Burnside project. He spent many, many days laying concrete as well as some of the sickest lines I've ever seen. He pretty much designed the park- so no one would expect anything less. Somehow Red finds these lines that you would never think of. Taking a break after some work, Red decided to grind the upper edge of the bank... probably about 20-25 feet off the ground. With the help of a motorcycle for speed, Red got pulled into it successfully. Shot circa 1995
14.5" x 22"
21 limited-edition signed and numbered prints
*Size listed is the image size.
*All photographs come with a 1" boarder on all sides.
Chris Brunkhart passed away in 2016 after a long battle with cancer.
Chris was a photographer's photographer, steadfastly preferring to shoot on black and white film til the end. Through his lens and iconic style, Chris captured grainy images that felt like his beloved Pacific Northwest - moody, sublime and deeply personal.