Rip-a-Roo from Berdoo
de Kristina Pamias
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Ever wonder what the life of a biker icon looked like behind the scenes?
Here’s your chance to own one of 100 limited edition photo zines made from polaroids and film shots from our family photo albums.
Most people know my dad from his monthly article, Rip’s Run from Easyriders and Biker magazines in the 80s and 90s.
These photos spotlight my dad’s passion, creativity and skills as a chopper builder and the unique brotherhood he cultivated the 1970s in Southern California.
I grew up the youngest of 6 girls, the daughter of a sensitive, bombshell redhead & an intense, “dirty-necker” biker. My dad was on the road most of the time, experiencing the wonders & dark spots of the US for Easyriders Magazine, while my Mom raised us in the abundant South of the Golden State. Caught in a Willie Nelson song, between a strong man, hell bent on doing things his way & the wit of a loyal woman who never fully realized her beauty, + five additional female personalities, cultivated within me a determined youth who worshiped beauty & creativity. As a teen, I decided that I wanted my life to BE art. I started modeling for artists when the opportunity presented itself to me at age 18, & have modeled for groups & individuals on both coasts, as well as a few states in between. In my photography you see my filtered dreams: vibrantly colorful, or the painful grease & glitter of a grainy black and white photo.