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Native Noise

a collection of fragmented thoughts from the basement of a tired mind


  • January 05, 2015

Because of the amount of photography jobs I've been getting, Kurt and I started a separate business under the legal name of Wild Native Photography that I will run myself while he takes care of the Wild Native brand and creative design business. Here's some photos of ladies I took throughout the past year. Contact me at for inquiries :)


Wheeling Bridges

  • December 04, 2013

To close out the year, here are some recent photos of mine from Wheeling, West Virginia on two different bridges throughout the city. For information on motorcycle photo shoots or affordable photography rates, please email me at 



  • November 10, 2013

While out on a ride, I took some shots of Kurt on a Harley Davidson V-Rod for the sake of messing around with editing. I have to add that while there's a lot of haters and mixed opinions on this bike that is arguably labeled a "cruiser", it's actually pretty fantastic. It's very comfortable, fast, handles great, and although modern, still has a somewhat stylish look. In other words, it's very enjoyable.


Uncle Larry

  • September 23, 2013

We ran into this random stylish fellow at a vintage car and motorcycle show in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He was excited to talk with Kurt and I about his classic Chrysler and even show us all of the little vintage goodies he had scattered throughout the car.


Steel Town Shakedown

  • September 21, 2013

Running late like always, we didn't get to see as much as we would've liked, but here's some photos from this year's Steel Town Shakedown event in Robinson Township, Pennsylvania right outside of Pittsburgh. Unfortunately there weren't many custom motorcycles.


Wheeling Has The Feeling

  • August 05, 2013

Wheeling, West Virginia is just south of where we live, and like most places around our area, it's very run down with a declining population. A positive to this, other than fairly inexpensive living, is the point that the old buildings can make for good photographs. Here's some from a local motorcycle fabrication shop I snapped recently.


Slight Breeze

  • March 16, 2013

Shortly after posting these photos online, they gained momentum and made their way around the internet. Ultimately we were contacted by the guys at 100% Racing because we used their Accuri Goggles in the shoot. They loved the classic style of the 3/4 helmet with the motocross goggles, and sometime within the next six months released the Barstow Goggle, which is a vintage-style moto goggle made mostly for street or dirt tracker use. 100% did a fantastic job, as these goggles are truly beautiful. Check them out in our Eyewear section.


1952 Photography Annual

  • January 25, 2013

"A Selection of the World's Greatest Photographs" by the editors of Popular Photography. Here is another Photography Annual magazine from 1952 I found in my grandparents house tucked away. This one is a few years older than the first one I discovered but still in good shape. 


Ford Buyer's Digest 1967

  • January 12, 2013

Another very interesting find was this FORD Buyers Digest booklet my grandfather had received in the mail in 1967. Being the creative man that he was, it is no surprise he was a car guy. From what I know, he loved expressing himself through his vehicles and keeping them in mint condition. The prices then were very low compared to now. The Mustang Fastback was listed at $3292.31. Though it may have been a lot then, that price seems so cheap for a car that nice in 2013! I really enjoyed looking through this. 


1957 Photography Annual

  • January 12, 2013

I decided to visit my grandmother one day after work and got the bright idea to explore my grandfathers office while she was cooking dinner. What I found were several photographs that my grandfather, Richard Liming had took, along with camera supplies and magazines. I was completely blown away at first, as I had no idea he was so deeply invested in the art. My grandfather had always loved taking photos of the family when he was alive, but I assumed it was the "norm". I was very wrong. He loved learning about film, aperture, shutter speed, and all cameras in general. Below is a magazine he had stored away called Photography Annual. This magazine was published in 1957 and can actually be very informative to today's photographers. Imagine you have never seen a camera before- You simply pick up this magazine and it explains every little thing you need to do to get your photos looking the way you want them to look. The detail and depth of information the writers put in these magazines amaze me. Very cool find. 

Kurt Diserio is a creative artist whose work is heavily influenced by vintage motorcycle culture, graffiti street art, and the outdoors. With degrees in Business Marketing and Graphic Design, he has continuously been involved with the creation and marketing of many different businesses, brands, and events, including Wild Native Design, Wild Native Photography, American Muscle Docks & Fabrication, Spastic Designs, Valley Cycle Accessories, and more. Kurt currently resides near the wonderful city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, but enjoys traveling to the West Coast and getting lost as often as possible. Although he is the sole artist behind all of Wild Native's products, you can view his underdeveloped portfolio and personal artwork at
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