Rob Russell is a cinematographer who, like us, is based out of good ol’ North Cackalacky. We came across his work a few years ago and, needless to say, it didn’t take long before he started tagging along with us during our antics, toting his camera.
Our most recent project together, “Ramble on, Brother,” was filmed over the course of multiple local trips during 2017. We had the help of several friends who did everything from drive trucks so Rob could shoot to those who simply tagged along for the comradery. It would be remiss of us if we didn’t mention Biltwell Inc. who came through and supported this film in a big way. Everyone in this film is rockin’ Biltwell gear and we love it so much, we haven’t used anything but, since.
We have them to thank for the finalization of this film, which is the result of a bunch of southern motorcycle dudes who just wanted to make something cool for like-minded enthusiasts.
In “Ramble on, Brother,” our third short film with Rob Russell, a self-reflective old timer reminisces on his past of riding motorcycles with his closest friends and how those simple times are the ones he remembers most. This is a story of adventure and friendship. Kick up your boots, have a watch and go live your story.
A special thank you to the following people who made this thing a reality:
Our friends at Slow and Low hooked us and our friends up with copious amounts of their Rock and Rye as well as a ton of cool merchandise. They are a huge supporter of Prism Supply and the release of “Ramble on, Brother.” If you weren’t able to make it for the first screening of the film and missed out on their delicious Rock and Rye, can take our word for how good it is.
We hope you enjoy the photo gallery from the premiere of “Ramble on, Brother” and more importantly, the film itself. If you do, share it with your friends on social to help spread the word!