Monday, April 27, 2015


The opening event for the Oakley In Residence project launched the three week stay of the Oakley house in West Hollywood. The focus was the Girl Art Dump and it's homage to 8 legendary LA skate spots. Lots of folks showed up and tons of media. Here's a vid from director, Kirk Dianda, and a couple of links to help explain the whole thing...

Check the coverage from Juice Magazine.

Friday, April 24, 2015


Finished up an another great project with Oakley Skateboarding. The folks at Oakley have created a physical space, or "pop-up" spot where skateboarders can come and hang out, go to specific events and experience workshops. A building was rented on Melrose in Hollywood and the events are taking place over a 4 week period that started last night with an opening for the Girl Art Dump show called "8 Spots."

Each member of the Art Dump created a homage to a famous or iconic Los Angeles area skate spot... from Lockwood to the Pink Hotel. The results are displayed throughout the space for the following 2 weeks. And be sure to check out the side of the building, we also created a giant mural.

I hope some of you can find time to come out and enjoy the space, the results really are pretty stunning. And if you get up there soon, you may be able to walk away with a free zine/catalog we created specifically for the show. Big thanks to all my Art Dump boys who busted ass on this project; Andy Mueller, Chris Waycott, Carlos M. Gutierrez, Nick Zegel, Nate Hooper, Jeremy Carnahan, Eric Anthony.

I'll post more as the photos come in.

Friday, April 17, 2015


This happened about a month ago, but I forgot to post it. I was pretty happy with the animation. Check out Girl & Chocolate's Going Dumb Up The 101...

Thursday, April 16, 2015


The infamous 7th Street Banks are about two blocks from my house. In my house are two skateboarders. One old one and one newish one. The new one hits the banks on occasion... just like the old one did back in the day. Full circle. Here's a shot of Emmet ripping a backside slide into the camera of Matt Price on said banks. Love this shot.

Visit Emmet's company, Shady Griptape when you need new grip. Support the young entrepreneurs when you can.


Friday, April 3, 2015


Iconic skateboard artist and historian, Sean Cliver, did this short interview with me over at the Gorilla Flicks website. Check it HERE. Thanks, Sean!

Spike Jonze, Jeff Tremaine, myself and Mark Lewman. I'm sitting with three influential friends I'll love for a lifetime. 1993, Joshua Tree.

Thursday, April 2, 2015


I've been remiss here. My bad. Let's start again...

I just recently finished up a project with Eric Koston + Oakley Skateboarding + Girl Skateboards. It was a blast working on it, and I'm really happy with how project ended up. Big thanks to all involved. Check this video for an overview. #liveyours