My latest video has just been released through Original Skateboards. Slow motion, sunrise, and of course, shredding.
Check it out here:
Shot by Evan Bourcier somewhere in Massachusetts, using a Sony FS-700.
So stoked to release this to the masses! Enjoy and shred on.
I put together a little video with some quick clips I snagged while at Woodward East.
Check it and get stoked for a video coming soon!
Last week I had the opportunity to visit Woodward East in PA for a couple days to film a video for Original. Myself, along with Clinton Reynolds and Tom Weiss from New Jersey, plus the Original homies Sean Kolvenback, Jay Cagney, and Chris Vanderyajt, got to skate Woodward by ourselves for two days straight. We filmed a ton of footage, Chris snapped some insane photos, and we all landed some gnarly tricks.
One of Woodward’s premiere skate obstacles is their Megaramp 2.0, which is what we spent most of our time on. I filmed a few clips with my Polaroid camera for Push Culture News Desk, which should be airing soon.
But for now, check out this preview clip of a run I had down the Megaramp. Keep in mind, this line I take is the smallest of the three jumps. The biggest jump has a 30 foot gap to the landing, which I hit many times for the Original camera. Coming soon.
During the weekend of Broadway Bomb, I was skating central park with some of the local skaters, along with the guys from Muirskate.
They filmed a test ride video of one of my runs, then overlayed some audio of me chatting about my setup. Check it out!
Loving this art that was sent to me from a fan, Max Purkiss, who made it for one of his art courses. Thanks dude!
This year’s Cathlamet Downhill Corral event had a rad slopestyle course that was super fun to skate for all styles of riding.
Whether you get down going fast and huge standup slides, or whether you find yourself getting rad on ramps and airs, this course had it all.
Super dope design and lots of shredders to show the course’s potential.
Check it out here: