Category Archives: Brenton Salo
Brenton Salo: Sharky Waiting…


Photo by Brenton Salo

Between Damian and Brenton, I feel like I know the bike messengers in Portland. I’m loving the latest portrait of Sharky waiting on a delivery.

Feb 19, 2013 Comments are OFF
Chrome’s Sub Floor Circuit by Brenton Salo
Guest Gallery: Chrome's Sub Floor Circuit by Brenton Salo

Last weekend, Chrome threw a circuit race in an empty office floor above their PDX store. It looked amazing but unfortunately, I couldn’t make it out to Portland again this month. So when Brenton Salo said he was going to be shooting it, I reached out to him to get some photos. He was stoked on his TL-200 Contax flash for his G2 and fired away all night.

Check out some selects in the Gallery.

Nov 20, 2012 4 comments
Recent Roll: Portland Randomness
Recent Roll: Portland Randomness

I mostly shot with my Hasselblad in Portland and in fact, I didn’t even remember shooting most of these photos. That’s always the sign of a good time! Check out more Portland randomness below.

Sep 28, 2012 7 comments
Brenton Salo: Devin Tolman Tire Grab
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Photo by Brenton Salo

Brenton is pretty much the man when it comes to shooting FGFS action with film. Need proof? How’s this photo of Devin hitting a tire grab? Connection made, on film. That’s skill on both sides of the lens.

Aug 31, 2012 2 comments
Brenton Salo: West America
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Photos by Brenton Salo

West America is a very simple and yet, very well branded and executed company spearheaded by Jordan and James. They’re not planning to change the world through the everyday, but they do plan to make the everyday with a little more craft and care. Brenton Salo recently visited Hufnagle’s quarters and shot a few photos of the space. Head over to his Tumblr to see more and head here, to the West America site to check out what they’re all about.

Jul 30, 2012 4 comments
Brenton Salo: Tonic Fab Cross
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Photos by Brenton Salo

I’m not sure if this particular Tonic is classified as their Magnum CX but if any of their bikes deserve to be called magnum, it’s this beast. Oversise HT, dampened wishbone stay and disks? This is a gravel-grinding, cowbell chiming good time just waiting to happen. See more details of this gorgeous example of American steel at Brenton Salo’s Flickr.

Jul 8, 2012 9 comments