had no idea it would evolve into what it has.
As children, our lives were changed and shaped
by Raiders of
the Lost Ark. Now that our movie has
resurfaced, Indiana Jones and Raiders
of the Lost Ark continues to change
us and reshape our lives. Strangely, Raiders
is no longer a movie for us. It’s transcended
that and has become part of our life-changing
history. It continues to open doors and take
us on incredible adventures."
Eric Zala &
Chris and Eric.
After working on the periphery of
the film industry (e.g., Video Game Industry,
Music, DVD Production), the resurfacing of Raiders
of the Lost Ark: The Adaptation has reminded Chris
and Eric of what is most satisfying and fulfilling
to them: making movies. And so, after much careful
planning, they have left behind safe corporate
jobs and have formed an independent film production
company, for the purpose of making the movies
that they’d want to see themselves. Based
in the same Mississippi town in which they did
Raiders years earlier, their production company
is called (appropriately enough) Rolling Boulder
Both will reprise their familiar roles: Chris,
as producer, will work out of Los Angeles. Eric,
as director, will work out of Ocean Springs, Mississippi.
They are currently writing and developing a number
of projects; including a new adventure film set
in the South.
After graduating from the California
College of Arts and Crafts, Jayson took up work
as an Audio/Visual Technician for hotel conferencing.
Jayson met hundreds of individuals from all over
the world and learned much about the diversity
of business worldwide.
Presently Jayson has just launched his own business
and website: www.jaysonlamb.com.
It is a limited edition, fine art photography
website. All of Jayson’s works are printed
and mounted on canvas with high quality archival
inks. In addition to showing and selling his artwork,
Jayson is also focusing on restoring, archiving
and editing together thirty plus hours of lost
Raiders: Adaptation footage and outtakes shot
between 1982 - 1989.