Wednesday, January 1, 2014
The saying goes, "Whats ugly on the outside, can be beautiful on the inside" or something along those lines. These photos may not have found a home, but this is the reason why I created this feature; so that these photos get a chance to embrace their 15 seconds of fame. So before I ramble on any longer, here's January's Ugly Ducklings!
January's Ugly Ducklings: Sean Imes, Kevin Baekkel, Blake Carpenter, Jack McNulty, Billy Davenport & Jared Cleland.
Happy New Years!!! Cheers to another year of skating and good vibes! Thanks for continuing to support and check out the site!
Blake Carpenter | kickflip a lengthy flat gap. Used on The Skateboard Mag's website for a 6 0'Clock sequences.
Thursday, December 26, 2013
Big thanks to Global Skateboard Media for blessing me with their latest Moments photo feature to end 2013! I've had these photos saved up for a bit, and I'm glad they got placed in a gallery that respects skateboarding and the photos that document it all. Thanks to everyone that I photographed for dealing with me and for getting broke off for skateboarding! Check it out here to peep the photos!
Included in the Moments: Sean Imes, Cooper Wilt, Josh Love, Jared Cleland, Cody McEntire, Billy Davenport, Sammy Montano, Kevin Baekkel, Mason Silva & Chris Lopez
Friday, November 1, 2013
The saying goes, "Whats ugly on the outside, can be beautiful on the inside" or something along those lines. These photos may not have found a home, but this is the reason why I created this feature; so that these photos get a chance to embrace their 15 seconds of fame. So before I ramble on any longer, here's November's Ugly Ducklings!
November's Ugly Ducklings: Chris Lopez, Flo Mirtain, Cody Cepeda, Billy Davenport & Austin Zito.
Friday, October 25, 2013
I somehow grabbed a spot in the newest November issue of Transworld as part of the "Tested Development" article! We went back to this famous manual pad at Dorsey High numerous times to get this trick and through the mental breakdowns and near lands, he pulled through and rolled away. The crazy thing is that he snapped his board not too long before the land and was about to quit. Luckily I had my board which was a Cliché (Joey) pro model so I let him use my beat up board and he somehow did it not too long after. This is a spot thats been skated tons of times on the other side of the manny pad, but I've never seen anyone skate it this way, so it was pretty sick to see it skated differently than usual. Shout out to Joey for being a boss and nailing it right in time!