Age, current occupation & position?
Age 26, I work for Props Visual, and every now and again for Haro Bikes and Premium Products.
What is you current film board setup?
My board is this throwback Santa Cruz Jeff Kendall board with some big old soft wheels and wide indies. The board is getting pretty beat these days, it’s got a crack down the middle of it from putting in my bike bag while flying. The grip tape is worn through in a couple places and it’s missing a little bit of the hardware so keeping the trucks tight has become a pain.
Is there any particular reason for your choices? Was board and wheel size a factor?
The board is just nice and wide so it’s hard to miss when not really being able to look down at it and it rolls smooth and fast.
Are there any moments you can remember off hand that your board has been invaluable to your filming?
I use my board almost every time I go out filming. Whether it’s filming a line or just having something to sit on that’s not wet grass or dirt at the trails. It’s a surprising good tripod at times too.
Ever have you board broken or stolen while out filming?
Luckily I have never had my board stolen, but there have been a few occasions where things got a bit sketchy and I wasn’t exactly sure where my board went.
For your next film board setup what do you think you might considering changing up?
My next board has actually already been purchased, I’m just waiting to put it together. I feel like the Kendall has a little bit of life left in it before I completely blows up. The new board is actually from Empire BMX. Empire made these shop cruiser boards that are perfect for film boards and it’s awesome to be able to support a BMX company while buying a skateboard!