We have been following the gritty black and white photographs by picture taker Isaac McKay-Randozzi, since we caught sight of his works over the years from his coverage of the SF art scene as a contributor to site Fecalface.com in 2000. He has a knack to capture not only amazing art and skateboarding photographs, but also that of the urban landscapes– from streets, alleys, to whatever truth is unfolding. His passion for camera and film, form and light, movement and human emotion has been his passion to be shared and enjoyed by both art and skateboarding folks alike.
After a chat on the phone, we caught up with Isaac to see how he got started in photography, what his first camera was, shooting subjects, and how this interest became his passion that is now an integral part of his life and livelihood today. Enjoy our latest Q&A below!!!
Photographs courtesy of Isaac McKay-Randozzi | Portrait by Zebb Bruser
What’s better than coffee in the morning? Waking up to a 10-minute video of Ray Barbee. Element just posted a super-rad edit of our long-time @vans rider (down since 1989!) & the nicest guy you’ll ever meet to go with Ray’s experimental collaboration with Sean Cliver & Brian Gaberman, where they printed one of Ray’s photos on a deck & Cliver hand-painted the legendary Ragdoll character no complying on top of it. Watch it now on Element’s site.
The DVD features the 23 minute movie shot entirely on 16mm film and a hardcover art book with 14 pages illustrated by Russell as well as photography by - Brian Gaberman, Sem Rubio, Fred Mortagne, Antton Miettienen, Arto Saari, Todd Glaser, Rip Zinger and Thomas Campbell.