Sounds like you’ve been a lot of places, is there anywhere you haven’t been in the country that yr trying to go to?
I’ve actually never been to like the middle of the country. Oklahoma, SLC, and Portland too, I’ve never been there. We stopped in SF and never made it further up. Oregon, Washington, and parts of Canada too, I’ve never been there.
What do you think is different about NY skateboarding?
The fact that everything is so close together, I mean you can just get on your board and go and find something. I feel like everywhere else it’s like the older you get, the more of a chore it becomes to go skate. Cause you have to get in the car, pick people up, go to the spot, get kicked out, get back to the car. As opposed to here you get kicked out of one spot, you just go twenty feet there’s another spot. It’s just a lot easier to link up with people and there’s just a whole lot of interaction here, it’s a lot
more condensed. I think it’s awesome.
Have you ever almost quit skating since you started?
Almost, but not really, when I was 18 I had finished two years of college and was kind of bummed on myself so I was about to join the Air Force cause I wanted to get my pilots license. Like I was like oh this will pay for my school and I’ll get paid to do it, and I was almost ready to do it and sign my paperwork, but then I got introduced to that kid Alex Rotondo through Matt, who I do Gnarmads with. They went to high school together and Alex had the idea for Tre truck and he was like ‘Dude I want to get you involved.’ So I ended up not doing the Air Force and just continued skating.
Anything you want to say to anybody reading this?
To anybody reading this, thank you for the support. Skate Jawn is sick as fuck! And just don’t be afraid to go out there and do your thing, fuck everybody else, just do you, do what makes you happy and don’t let anyone tell you otherwise.