jeremypavia Dear Costa Rica, your beauty is on another level. Thank you for being so good to me this past week.
Until we meet again.
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  •   eliasflat Hit me up next time you come 49min

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jeremypavia The older, the better. 2d

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jeremypavia Enjoy the earth before you become part of it.
#earthday
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jeremypavia Having the opportunity to create original interviews with some of the best riders in the world is something that I have worked towards since I was just a kid from the middle of nowhere with nothing more than a BMX bike, and a dream.
Much respect to @digbmx for giving me the platform to do just that. Also for taking care with the content and putting in an equal amount of effort on their end to make sure it looks and feels like it was meant to.
I have always respected the way that DIG Magazine has done things over the years and that will never change.
Believe, belong. (Link in bio until the first Monday of May.)
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  •   theeternalshitshow I only know you peripherally, just wanted to say how much I enjoy the feed - your content is consistently thoughtful, genuine and compelling.🏼️ 2w
  •   sugarbell Miss you!!! Sending mad love!!! 2w

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jeremypavia One time in Mazatlán, Mexico I paid a local cab driver the cash I had in my pocket at the time which was something around fifteen dollars to drive me around to some places that would be good for photographs.
Within minutes of the driver taking me to the first spot this guy was inches away from my lens and I was walking away with a portrait that I would have never had the opportunity to shoot unless I got in the car that morning.
I approached him and loosely asked his permission by way of pointing at my camera, then pointing at him. To this day I'm not sure he knew what I was doing or understood anything that I said but after the shutter clicked it didn't really matter anymore.
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jeremypavia When I think of the current state of photography and the way that it has been drastically impacted by social media (as well as the iPhone) it makes me wonder what the world of photography would be like if those two things never existed.
Photography to me will never change and will always be the driving force in my life.
Whatever trends, social media platforms, and cell phone cameras come down the line nothing will ever change the feeling I get from creating images. (Maybe as soon as actual monkey's start using their cell phones to take photos of their meals and daily routine's on Instagram I'll call it quits.) *not Joshua Tree
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  •   joshweichman Heard a stat the other day that blew my mind. Something about more photos being taken in the past three years than were taken in the prior 100. Wild. @jeremypavia 3w
  •   dehaynes1 Nice picture Jeremy 3w

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jeremypavia Desert pole jam in the middle of nowhere by @deanshralp

Outtake from the "Second Coming of the Nude Bowl" article that was published online for DIG Magazine (@digbmx)
If you want to read it, search it out and enjoy.
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jeremypavia Burbank, California. Tuesday April 5th, 2016 at 6:53PM. 4w

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jeremypavia If you don't live under a rock, and as long as you aren't on some kind of social media/technology cleanse you may have noticed Ignition #2. featuring @chadkerley went live today over at @digbmx
If you enjoy original content and want to support one of the best BMX magazines to ever exist then this is for you.
Although they are exclusively online current day, DIG Magazine put out 99 print issues over a twenty-one year period and to say they are one of the most respected media outlets in BMX is an understatement. With a staff and crew of lifers dedicated to their craft and dedicated to making BMX look good they have solidified a spot in BMX history long ago.
It's always amazing to work alongside some of the best riders in the world so thanks to Chad for being down for the cause and thanks again to DIG for being there for over two decades.
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jeremypavia @creepovision doin' big things in the desert with Chefboyardee and Tecate in hand. @digbmx @bone_deth @odysseybmx 4w

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jeremypavia Somewhere along the way. 4w

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jeremypavia If you haven't had the chance yet, and appreciate a pro BMX rider with a unique outlook on life head over to the @digbmx site, sit back and enjoy Ignition #1. Featuring @krisfoxbmx
Best viewed full-screen, link is in my bio.

Next feature comes out Monday, April 4th.
@digbmx @vansbmx66 @vans @demolitionparts @sebikes
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jeremypavia And like that, I'm gone. Until next time San Diego. 1mon

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jeremypavia Send help. 1mon

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jeremypavia San Diego, California. Saturday March 19th, 2016 at 7:04PM. 1mon

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jeremypavia Hidden in plain sight. 2mon

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jeremypavia I'll be shooting and working on a few different projects in and around San Diego for the next nine days or so. If you want to shoot, email me at info@jeremypavia.com for details. 2mon

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jeremypavia To say it's an honor to be working with @digbmx on a new, original monthly feature is an understatement.

BMX has shaped my entire life so to have a voice in the industry with one of the most respected media outlets is something that I can say I'm truly proud of.
I had the chance to interview a rider that has blazed his own path and done his own thing regardless of the opinions of others in pursuit of happiness.
Ignition #1. featuring @krisfoxbmx is now live at digbmx.com so if you feel like taking a break from the same old Instagram, Twitter and Facebook feeds for a chance to get to know one of the most stylish riders in BMX, hit the link in my profile.
Best viewed full-screen on the computer as always. Thanks again to @digbmx for giving me something to believe in, and thanks to @krisfoxbmx for being down to support an idea and help shape the future of the feature for months to come.

Who's going to get the next spot? Find out the first Monday of every month.
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jeremypavia Dedicating myself to photography for over half of my time on this earth has taught me more life lessons than I could have ever imagined. I have experienced emotions and feelings that I never realized existed within myself behind a lens.
Photography has given me more than I could ever give in return. And in the end, that is completely fine with me.
It's images and simple moments like this that slam me back to reality with incredible force and serve as a constant reminder that when you strip away our bank accounts, Instagram followers, social status and material possessions we are all exactly the same. You are born alone, and you will die alone.
Hang on and enjoy the ride.
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jeremypavia 1/170th of a second of this lady's life frozen in time. 2mon

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