Stew's Johnson's first project was called 1201, a video he made with Mike Tag that captured the east coast and midwest BMX scene through the eyes of the riders in the mid '90s. Since that time, he has worked on dozens of projects, introducing many of the most influential people and places we see today through video along the way; from Scum Clothing's Lights Out to Anthem, not to mention dialing in Megatours, issues of Props, Road Fools and more.
Stew's vision has made BMX even more interesting and entertaining than it already is, and for that, the entire culture of BMX owes Stew a big thanks. Fresh off a nine-week stint in Europe to film for Anthem 2, I got a chance to catch up with Stew to see what's new. Here are a couple quick questions with one of the hardest working BMXers to date.