Peckhammer TV is part documentary, part internet news magazine, and part consumer guide. The original mission of this web series was to document individuals who have a passion for their work and life within the motorsports industry. Over its three year history, Peckhammer TV has grown into a multi-faceted resource for the motorcycling community. Peckhammer TV is produced by David Aldrich, a Seattle-based documentary director, cinematographer and independent motorsports journalist.
Sunday, February 08, 2009
Alisa Hensley-Lane, Stunt Professional
Alisa Hensley-Lane’s resume includes firearms, fencing, martial arts, horsemanship, swimming, wirework and dirt bike riding. She is a Hollywood stuntwomen at the top of her game. Alisa is a 2nd Degree Black Belt whose wonderfully choreographed martial arts scenes range from movies such as “Charlie’s Angels 2, Full Throttle,” to NBC’s comedy action series, “Chuck.”
When she’s not working as a stunt double for Nicole Kidman or Yvonne Strahovski, you may find her enjoying a relaxing day of motocross racing. Dirt bikes are both a family activity, and part of the training regiment for this V10 Womens Stunt Professional. Girl Wonder interviewed Alisa at Los Angeles County Raceway, during an event sponsored by the Hollywood stunt and film community.
Posted by David Aldrich at 3:28 PM
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Great interview. Thanks for putting in all the work to film, edit, and share.
I didn't know how else to contact you, so I hope this is appropriate. Anyway, I'm in an Indie Rock band from New York called Gabriel the Marine (myspace.com/gabrielthemarine). We tour, we play music festivals, we're producing a record with a relatively revered producer. But we were wondering if you could help us. If you would include our single, "Maybe Baby" in one of your next videos in the future and give us a credit it would really help us and be really appreciated. If you're interested, let me know by emailing me back at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks so much.
All the best,
Gabriel the Marine
Thanks for the thumbs up! We have so much fun doing what we do that it doesn't feel like work. If I could only say that about my day-job... ;)
I like the idea. I've listened to the song and it's very cool. I'd just need to find the right vid for it to work in.
As you probably know, I do the music for the show with my Fender, Rickenbacker, and midi keyboard while sitting on the couch in my living room. It sure would be nice to have an easier path to getting good music into the vids, and your idea it a good one. You can reach me by e-mailing my g-mail account: peckhammer
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