Max Fish bar was located on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, New York, a bar that Tino Razo had worked at for 12 years. In 2010, the owners of Max Fish decided to shut it's doors, rumoured to be because of a rent hike for the building. Without any plans for a job, Tino was offered something in Los Angeles, which lead to his decision for leaving New York. The move provided a change of scenery and the accessibility to the abundance of empty swimming pools in LA; the excitement of discovering and skating the pools with friends was something Tino wanted to document. Party in the Back is the manifestation of these experiences on film, published by Anthology Editions and Boo-Hooray.