Catch Bryan Helm's Motorcycle Culture Exhibit
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Helm was there when we had our 'Titanic' moment in the swirling winds on Mt. Washington.
I first met photographer Bryan Helm
in Laconia. I was headed for a ride on the Kanc and then a run up Mt. Washington on a Dirico Speedster
for a feature story and needed someone to shoot it. Not sure how we got hooked up, one of those cosmic things I suppose, but our Editorial Director Ken had lined up Helm as the shutterbug for the assignment.
Bryan made the drove over from NYC just to help out. Though we had never met, we hit it off like long-time friends right away. It was an adventure for both of us as neither was familiar with the area. Bryan and I brainstormed to get plenty of great shots, the run up Mt. Washington an experience neither of us will forget. He has a sharp eye and channels his creativity through his cameras. Helm came up large, got some wonderful pics for the assignment, and even went beyond by going out a third day by himself to get a couple extra shots. Needless to say, he left a positive first impression.
Turns out, Bryan is friends with some of the crazy cats from Indian Larry Motorcycles and is known to frequent The Spoke in Sturgis. Needless to say, he’s had the privy to shoot a bunch of incredible motorcycle lifestyle photos and has assembled the cream of the crop for a solo exhibit in New York.
, a solo photography exhibition by Bryan Helm, has its opening reception tomorrow night from 6 – 10 p.m. at The Great Frog. His work will be on display from February 7 – March 7. The Great Frog is located at 72 Orchard St. NY, NY 10002
Fantastic shots like this one of Keino Sasaki at Sturgis will be part of Bryan Helm's Motorcycle Culture photo exhibit.
If you’re in the city, show our friend some support and stop by to check out his work.
Solo Photography Exhibition
The Great Frog
New York est 2011
February 7 – March 7, 2013
Opening Reception Thursday, February 7 6-10 p.m.
72 Orchard St. New York, NY 10002
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