PHOTO GALLERY

Tuhon McGrath and Mataas Na Guro Latorre in younger days circa 1995

PTI Certified Trainer Chris Renz, Lakan Guro Isa Tim Pios and Lakan Guro Isa Chris Berson with Mataas Na Guro Jack Latorre.
 
 
 
 
 
Lakan Skip Wolcott, Mataas Na Guro Jack Latorre and Lakan Michael Marini.
Lakan Mike Marini and PTI Certified Trainer Chris Renz playing at espada y daga circa 2001.
 
 
 
 

Mataas Na Guro Latorre and PTI Certified Trainer Chris Renz keep an eye out during group knife sparring.
Pentjak Silat Kendang seminar taught by Guru Tuan Wes Tasker (l tor): Michael Marini, Skip Wolcott, Guru Tuan Wes Tasker and Mataas Na Guro Jack Latorre.

The spoils of sparring with Gus, Mike, Chris and Skip.
 

 

Pti Summer Camp 2010 Instructors (left to right): Mataas Na Guro Scott Faulk, \”The Urban Abo\” Rudy Rogers, Tuhon Bill McGrath and Mataas Na Guro Jack Latorre.

 

PTI 2010 Summer Camp Instructors (l to r): Mataas Na Guro Scott Faulk, “The Urban Abo” Rudy Rogers, Tuhon Bill McGrath and Mataas Na Guro Jack Latorre.

PTI 2009 Summer Camp Instructors (l tor): Mataas Na Guro Jack Latorre, Tuhon Bill McGrath and PTI Louisiana State Director Dan Terrell.

PTI 2006 Summer Camp Instructors (l to r): Mataas Na Guro Wes Tasker, PTI Certified Trainer Jack Bernard, PTI Lousiana State Director Dan Terrell, Guro Dalawa Chris Northstrom, Magino’o Mike Popolizio, Tuhon Bill McGrath, Mataas Na Guro Scott Faulk, Mataas Na Guro Jack Latorre, Mataas Na Guro Joe Nasta and Mataas Na Guro Chris Ash.

Mataas Na Guros Tasker and Latorre circa 2006.

Mataas Na Guro Jack Latorre (Pekiti-Tirsia) sharing the Filipino Martial Arts along side Grandmaster Robert Castro (Eskabo Daan), Master Michael Giron (Original Giron Eskrima), Datu Tim Hartman (Modern Arnis), Grandmaster Bobby Taboada (Balintawak Super Cuentada) and Grandmaster Max Pallen (Senkotiros) at the Buffalo Martial Arts Expo 2010.

With Mandala Tuhon Phil Gelinas in Las Vegas circa 1997.

With Magino’o Tom Bisio at one of the Saratoga Martial Art Festivals.

Mataas Na Tuhon Leo T. Gaje, the progenitor of Pekiti-Tirsia world-wide, circa 2004.