Aaron Rowe is the man. Fly-out frontside lippy from the DC Canberra tour a while back.
I haven't had photos for a while, mainly cause I've been whittling away my time on the Internet. I've been keeping across facebook status updates and looking at lolcats. I've also had a child, Hunter, who is now a year old. Occasionally I do the tasks no one else wants to (the accounts) at super shop, Kingpin.
For this photo feature, I went through my hard drive for the gems that never made it to print. This is letters A to D from the drive.
Rowe again in Wollongong. Aaron is so nimble – fast on-off 50-50 transfer.
Aaron with a combo straight out of Tony Hawk Pro Skater game. Front lip to tail, shove-it out.
This frontside flip of Aaron was so sick. What an animal.
Adam Taylor is from Florida. Here he is with a flip varial to fakie. I shot this at Monster skatepark, and I remember Mick Mulhall was on the platform giving me photography tips.
I love Mick. I remember when he used to do badass mute tailbones to fakie on the Bondi vert ramp.
Alon Sattinger is a wild man. Ollie up to kickflip.
A sequence of this ran as a Volley ad. I was super stoked on this spot 'cause I was the first person to find it. I thought, "Cuzza could do something with this". Andrew Currie, frontside lipslide pop out.
Another angle of this 180 reverse nosegrind was run. Shane Azar is so sick – most underrated in Oz, I reckon.
When Benny Bodnar isn't working at Kingpin or on a trip to Thailand, he's cracking steep frontside ollies.
Who does switch feebles down handrails? Bjorn Johnston does. Switch backside feeble in Wollongong.
Art right here. Brad McDermott, ollie with an uphill run up.
I think this is the first digi photo I ever shot. I had no idea what was going on. Brad with a kickflip front board in Dee Why.
After a healthy breakfast of a meat pie and a Gatorade, Brad McDermott busts a fakie flip.
Cam Mullan is a legend, and he skates at a super high level. I think he could do something with his skating for sure. Move to LA, boss. Switch heelflip.
Cam also runs the Kingpin web side of things. Kingpin would be screwed without him! Frontside halfcab kickflip.
Deon Williams drops a nollie backside heelflip.
Dane Burman is gnarly. I've never met anyone who tries to land a trick before you get your camera set up. I was thinking of all the pros with injuries who would kill to be able to get a photo like the many Dane is trying to miss out on.
This spot has a crazy downhill after it. Jamie Hawley was with us and tried to bomb it after he landed a trick. He went for a full bodyslide down the road for the longest time. It was crazy. Dane Burman, switch crooks in Wollongong.
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