This year, I spent the month of July in Singapore doing school performances for ACT 3 International. During my stay, I had the pleasure of meeting the man behind the Plutz and the Zero-G, Leong Chee Wan of Malaysia. Chee Wan had a new toy to show off when we met, aptly named the BiPlutz. […]
Final performance by FlyForm on Sunday at the 2012 Windless Kite Festival in Long Beach, WA. Composed of members Spence Watson, TK Barresi and John Barresi flying Indoor Revolutions… Roughly eight hours (combined) went into developing and practice this routine at the time this was filmed.
The longest running Indoor Kite Competitions and Performances in the world! (I think. Please let me know if I’m wrong.) I speak for everyone when I say thank you Scott Davis, Event coordinator and all around nice guy. You ROK! We truly appreciate all the work you have put into it. As the founder of […]
Yeah, we’re on the road again, this time to the 9th Annual “Windless” Indoor Kite Festival – the oldest continual Indoor Festival in the USA. Every year, I’m kind of surprised by how young this “oldest” USA festival is, but then I remind myself that Indoor flying is really a relatively new activity on the […]
This little indoor festival is in it’s EIGHTH year… …and getting better every year, too! Yep – we’re headed back to Windless. It’s the annual indoor festival with the longest consecutive run in the USA – and for some darned good reasons, too! “Oh sure…” you say. “What could be more boring than hanging around […]
Yeah – Kite-fests come in all shapes, sizes, and flavors… From the “biggies” like the Asian Weifang fest in China and Gujarat in Ahmedabad India, or Chervia on the Adriatic coast or Berck Sur Mer in France, and let’s don’t forget about our own week-long Washington State International Kite Festival (WSIKF) right here in the […]
The winter in the northwest can be an odd time. From about May to the beginning of October, there’s a kite event almost every two weeks but, once we’re into October, it quiets right down to nearly nothing for months. The addition of the event in Camas this year that Dave Shattuck wrote about last […]