Rachael, a Video Portrait

When I first met Rachael in 2016 she was working and going to school full-time on top of training to become a world class triathlete. From my college racing days, I knew that riding a bike 120 miles in one day was hard, but pair that with running 26.2 miles and swimming 2 miles in the same day AND do it with a massive smile on your face like Rachael does – it made me think, how does she do it? 

A film by George Mullinix and LAGO Films
With support from Maggie McLandsborough, Lydia Anderson and Tristan Gramling

Personal time in the studio, February 2019

I had seen some of legendary cinematographer Gabriel Figueroa’s work in a LACMA exhibit and was inspired to play around with shadows and hard light. B&W shot on Kodak T-Max 400, color shot on Kodak Portra 800 in Travis Carroll and Tom Barnhart’s West Bottoms studio space. 

Thank you Kodak for the share!

Griffin, a Video Portrait

“As soon as you take out time from your equation, it doesn’t matter.”

As a professional cyclist, Griffin Easter has raced in 11 countries and has most recently won stages at the Tour de Beauce and Vuelta a Colombia. Going into 2019, Griffin is looking forward to pursuing his passion for cycling with the 303 Project, a team based out of Boulder, Colorado.  

Learn more at GriffinEaster.com 

Produced by Lago Films

Directed by George Mullinix

With support from Kelly Noecker, Kris Evered, Tristan Gramling and Cullen Easter

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