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In Frame | Pixie Music Video

In Frame | Pixie Music Video

We documented the video shoot for Bryant Vallejo's new single - Pixie. Behind the lens was Robin Lee, a fellow surfer and creative. He's most known for his work with Action sports. Shot with a minimal set and production, we're super stoked with the way it turned out.

In Frame | Piet Guilfoyle

In Frame | Piet Guilfoyle

Only a handful of people have successfully made a name for themselves in Hong Kong Skateboarding. We recently had the privilege of talking with Piet Guilfoyle - where he talks us through growing up in Oz, the struggles of migrating to a new city, being a misfit and how a near death experience jump started it all.

In Frame | 2019 in film

In Frame | 2019 in film

It was definitely a monumental year for me, I finally pursued my childhood dream of starting a clothing brand. Although Gahyao was founded in 2018, it was in '19 where everything gained momentum.

I can tell you that running a business is no easy feat, pursuing your passion comes with highs and lows. At multiple times I felt like throwing in the towel and calling it a day - but when my inbox lights up with messages from people across the globe telling me how much they love what we're doing - it only reignites the flame and keeps...


Artist Feature | Bryant Vallejo

Artist Feature | Bryant Vallejo

There's a calm-cool vibe about our next artist - but not in your typical surfer dude persona. Only a few people embody the true hustle of working for yourself and getting shit done. From making music to running a surf lifestyle brand - to being on the road and raising a family - from afar Bryant Vallejo looks like he's got it all locked in, but taking a closer look you realize he's just like the rest of us, charging through everyday life.

I met Bryant around 2009 when I first moved back to...


Artist Feature | Ollie Rodgers

Artist Feature | Ollie Rodgers

There are many people to meet, many stories to hear in Hong Kong. That's why it's always nice coming across like-minded artists moving towards the same goal of creating and inspiring. We take a minute to chat with Ollie Rodgers (Mr Koo) and how skateboarding was the springboard into his journey into artistry.