What would a motorcycle look like if you didn’t cover up its insides with bright sheets of plastic? Beautiful, says this craftsman, who is building a bike that proudly displays every tube, wire and bolt. Like the bookshelf of a scholar, the tools of his shop record the ebb and flow of his passions over the years. This film explores the intimate relationship between a man and his machines.
- Director Biography:
Seth’s story telling and directing style has been strongly influenced by his childhood spent in a very small town. Drawn to the intimate relationships individuals have with one another and their passions, he uses film as a tool for exploring the existence people carve out for themselves in culturally distinct places. His ideas focus on the nuts and bolts that make people tick; the drive behind actions, motivations, and desires.
Seth developed his career through trends in integrated digital marketing and distribution. Seeking to innovate on methods of brand storytelling, he focuses on projects that bridge the gap of digital and physical. He currently splits his time between brand work and myriad personal projects dedicated to strengthening community mindset and existence.
- Director: Seth Brown
- Producer: Seth Brown
- Editor: Seth Brown
- Cinematographer: Seth Brown, John Sidik
- Original Music: Textile Audio and Flightless Buttress
- Running Time: 15 minutes