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Geoffrey Kula

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Monsterskate.com

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Background Information

Employment History

Editor In Chief

Iron Horse Magazine


Contributing Editor and Senior Photographer

The Phoenix Media/Communications Group


Freelance Writing, Editing and Photography

Print and online media outlets; corporate communications


Operations Manager

Database Publishing Group , Inc.


Marketing Copywriter and Web Copywriter

3Com Corporation


Web References(9 Total References)


Bios

www.bigskate.com [cached]

- Geoffrey KulaGeoffrey KulaGeoffrey Kula is a contributing writer to Monsterskate.com.He serves no master except his own conscience.Aside from being a meticulous wordsmith and picture-provider for Monsterskate, he is a money-hungry jerk.He basically sucks at skateboarding ; after more than 15 years on deck, he can still only semi-consistently land two tricks, neither of which involves flipping the board and one of which involves never letting go of it.Throughout his seven-year career in the industry, he is most well known for two things : being hit in the face with a skateboard by Satva Leung -- who swears it was an accident -- during a photo shoot (an incident that appeared in the closing credits of not one, but TWO issues of 411, making him an instant international celebrity) ; and being the guy that sued Transworld, his former employer.Not only that, but he is also the author of this self-aggrandizing promotional blurb, which just goes to show you that he do not take life -- or anyone else's opinion of him -- too seriously, and that before he makes fun of anyone else, he will be sure to point out his own foibles.Know thyself, but act like someone else is his motto, and when he be not behind the camera or a computer, this aging punk rocker's nose can be found buried in a book by Hunter S. Thompson, Tom Wolfe or Oscar Wilde, his three favorite authors, whose works he would suggest everyone read.Prior to his love/hate relationship with the skate industry, this sarcastic East Coast native did everything from writing about music for a major metropolitan daily newspaper to inspecting bottles for defects, a la Laverne and Shirley. He plans to one day rule the world.


Lara Loutrel

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Participating resident artists include: performance artist Sibhoan Juanita Brown, photographer DESI, painter Liz Gribin, photographer Geoffrey Kula, visual/mixed media artist Lara Loutrel, painter Jennifer Roberts, photographer Jennifer Roy, visual/mixed media artist Eric Starosielski and painter Rebecca Trueblood.


www.travisjensensf.com

Photographer Geoff Kula shot these two photos of me back in the summer of 1995.
I was 16-years-old at the time, living in Milwaukee and getting set to enter my junior year in high school. I didn't give a damn about school in those days. I just wanted to hurry up and graduate, so I could move to San Francisco, a then skate Mecca. Kula was in town for a week that summer shooting photos for an article Transworld Skateboarding Magazine was planning to run on the Milwaukee skate scene, which wasn't much at the time. However, Kula later graciously sent me the slides for my personal use. Kula took both me and Grimey Rob Owens out to shoot this particular day. I remember Owens was straight ripping. He filmed a sequence of an ollie up a long five stair with a quick kickflip off - there was seriously no set-up time. Unfortunately, however, his sequence wasn't used for the article either.


www.travisjensensf.com

Photographer Geoff Kula shot these two photos of me back in the summer of 1995.


Kulafoto

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Geoffrey Kula
12 Ridgemont St. Boston, MA 02134 (617) 254-6904 ggkula@hotmail.com Copyright © 2004-2006 Geoffrey Kula


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