Any Oregon Sunday is a 15 minute documentary snapshot of the diverse community of womxn riders we have here in Oregon. Tiffany rides across the state on her Triumph Bonneville meeting Kylee Sweeten, a champion trials bike rider in the Oregon High Desert; Ashley Volner, a versatile dune and moto racer out at the Dunes; and Jada Noriyuki, a dirt bike rider at Brown’s Camp in the Tillamook Forest. Although each rider’s background and story is different they all do it for the love of the sport and desire to immerse themselves in the beauty of Oregon.
In the past ten years Jada Noriyuki has bought and sold 15 bikes and ridden them throughout the west coast of North America. Her intent to ride as many different types of bikes as possible has allowed her to be at home in the dirt or street, with little time for cars. The only 4 wheels Jada has ever owned is a 1986 El Camino, and it often hauls 2 more wheels to the Tillamook State Forest. Jada moved to Portland to attend art school in 2004 and currently resides in a quiet condo in Beaverton with “Dub,” her handsome Manx cat, 5 bikes, and has been working at Nike as a graphic designer for the past 7 years.
Kylee Sweeten has been riding motorcycles since she was five years old and started riding trials at 14 (although she had done some trials growing up it didn’t stick with her till later). Kylee comes from a family of riders and is what has helped her to grow into the badass she is today; her dad was one of the top 5 pro trials riders in the US in the 90s and a motocross riders in the 80s, her two older brothers are trials riders and offroad disciplines (moto, singletrack, hard enduro), and her parents even met while riding motocross! Kylee competed in her first national competition in 2015 and hasn’t stopped competing since. 2020 will be her 6th season of riding trails on a national level.
Ashley Volner has been riding dirt bikes for 3 years now and likes to ride the dunes, track and trails. She just completed her first year racing and competed in the ArenaCross series and the Oregon State series taking 1st in both. Ashley is mostly self taught first learning to ride out on the Florence dunes. When not riding she can be found hiking with her pup or working as a lab tech at a medical clinic
Producer // Rider
Tiffany Lindquist is the Rental Coordinator at Gearhead Grip & Electric, a board member of the Couch Film Collective, an OMPA member, and founding member of the local women’s motorcycle riding group, The Torque Wenches. Tiffany moved to Portland in 2014 with the dual goals of pursuing a career in the film industry and spending more time adventuring outdoors. Since then, her position at Gearhead has put her in close contact with the cross-section of local filmmakers and production crews and given her hands-on experience as a Grip and Electrician on a variety of Oregon productions. As a member of the OMPA and a board member of the Couch Film Collective, Tiffany’s work focusing on underrepresented filmmakers to produce diverse, inclusive, locally resourced projects. An avid motorsport enthusiast, Tiffany is a founding member of the Torque Wenches, an all-female motorcycle group, and has established a wide network of street bike, dirt bike, and quad riding compatriots. Equally comfortable rigging a camera car, organizing an equipment list, or changing a spark plug on the side of a scenic Oregon highway, Tiffany is committed to exploring the Pacific Northwest and capturing those adventures on film.
Director of Photography
Jasmine Karcey attended Southern Oregon University and studied both Film Production and Emerging Media. After moving to Portland, she has worked on Documentaries and short videos as a Director of Photography. Additionally, she has worked in the camera department on episodic shows and Movies such as Leave No Trace and Netflix’s Everything Sucks, American Vandal, and The OA. She was also awarded as OMPA’s ‘Rising Star’ in 2018.
Co-Director // Producer // Editor
Kanani Koster is a PDX based Hapa (Japanese/Hawaiian/White) Director/Writer/Producer. Her passion for filmmaking and education brought her to meet her husband in college where they would start Cherry Street Films: Digital Storytelling for Youth allowing her to teach teens throughout the Seattle area while producing Digital Shorts and Commercials. She is the director of the award-winning short, The New Frontier, which has played across the West Coast at festivals like Red Nation Film Festival, Oregon International Film Festival, and Local Sightings. She has spoken on numerous panels on race, diversity, and representation in film. Kanani started working at film festivals like SIFF and PIFF in the marketing department but is now the Acquisitions Coordinator for Collective Eye Films. She has a soft spot and nostalgia for all motorcycles after growing up riding dirt bikes across Washington with her dad, a former motocross and trials rider.
Animation Director // Producer
Janie Faison is an Art Director, Motion Graphics Designer, and Fabricator. She has been working in Portland for the last 10 years in production and post-production after graduating from the Art Institute of Portland in VFX and Motion Graphics. She was a roto-artist for Laika’s Missing Link, a Fabricator on Dave Made a Maze, and Associate Producer on Another Feather. Her all-around Jack of Trades ability has allowed her to take on numerous roles onset in the grip, camera or producer department but found her heart lies in the Art Department. Janie comes from Jacksonville, Florida leading to her love and affinity for southern gothic horror that she brings to her work.
Any Oregon Sunday Passport Ride
Come hit the streets with us for our Passport Fundraiser Ride on August 29th! We’ll start the day at See See Motor Coffee Portland (1642 NE Sandy Blvd, Portland, OR 97232) where you’ll pick up your passport. Once you have your passport, create your route and hit the road! At each stop you’ll get a stamp on your passport and be able to grab a bite, a drink, or some fresh oil. The ride will end at the Grand Opening of See See’s newest location in St Johns with a socially distant open air market. If you hit all the stops and turn in your completed passport, we’ll hand you 5 raffle tickets ($25 value). You’re also welcome to buy additional tickets the day of the ride. Feel free to email if you have any questions.
Any Oregon Sunday Screening
Monday, June 28th, 7 – 10 PM
@ The Moto Collective in Minneapolis
Come join us on Monday, June 28th from 7-10 pm at The Moto Collective for motorcycle merriment. Beer will be provided by Pryes Brewing (limited qualities, first come first serve). The short film will be screened just after sunset (9:30 pm approx.).
Please be mindful: The Moto Collective is a co-operative space with personal property and projects. Respectfully look but please don’t touch.