MOTORCYCLE MAN is a short documentary about a man who has pursued a single passion in life: motorcycle racing. Dave Roper has raced every year since 1972, competing on exotic vintage bikes at racetracks around the world and winning a reputation as a folk hero of the sport.
But Roper is hardly an adrenaline junkie. He takes a philosophical approach to racing, viewing it as a test of mental and physical abilities. As he enters his twilight years, Roper reflects on the unconventional path he has followed in life, the dangers he has faced and the choices he has made.
MOTORCYCLE MAN celebrates the speed, sweat and thrill of motorcycle racing, while offering a meditation on craft, obsession and what it takes to pursue your dreams.
MOTORCYCLE MAN is now in post-production. Visit the film's website and check our social media feeds for news on its release.
THROUGH THE PLACE is an hour-long documentary about efforts to save historic buildings in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and across the United States over the past 50 years. Commissioned by the Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation and produced by Bagamor Media, the film features interviews with preservationists, leaders of civic and cultural organizations, architects, urban and social critics, as well as Pulitzer Prize-winning author David McCullough. THROUGH THE PLACE was screened in several cities and won the Best Architecture Film award at the 2016 New Urbanism Film Festival in Los Angeles and the Festival Director's Award at the Queen City Film Festival in Cumberland, Maryland.