I’ve always loved shooting in the desert. And after the real estate market tanked, I decided the time was right to buy my own plot of awesomeness. I have to admit, I felt like a kid getting his first Optimus Prime…I mean, there I was, in the middle of NOWHERE, staring up at the brightest stars you’ve ever seen, and I thought. Holy crap, I OWN this. So throughout 2009, the Slickforce crew and I towed out busted cars from the 1940s, old plane shells…we even set furniture on fire (FUN!)
We’ve shot 5 magazines out there since we opened it. Now, I want to share it with everybody.
Enter Ultimate Graveyard, a 350-acre apocalyptic landscape available for your next film production or photo shoot.
This desert masterpiece features an auto graveyard, gutted plane shells, jacked-up furniture, rusted oil drums, and tumbleweeds as far as the eye can see. Picturesque railroad tracks sprawl across one edge of the property, and the 360º panaromic view showcases breathtaking horizons in all directions.
Best of all, Ultimate Graveyard is completely hidden from public view, so you’ll have total privacy during your shoot. Ultimate Graveyard in is the Mojave Desert—a little more than an hour from Los Angeles.
Ultimate Graveyard is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Ask us about our student rates and independent-film discounts.
Visit http://www.UltimateGraveyard.com for more information and to book your next shoot!