Taylor Kobryn hails from the East Coast, but has been making his mark out here on the West Coast. Living in and skating with the San Francisco crew has given him the best opportunity to skate some of the most iconic and newest spots. This ledge roll at the Museum of Modern Arts was a tough one to get as security was trying to kick us out and John Vossoughi was holding him back, some random girl taking a selfie (WTF) and her man watching on in amazement as Taylor laces this insane trick with a drop on the other side that would most likely break every bone in your body. Hats off to the new guy in town and more good times ahead!
Last weekend FILTHJUICE and crew threw a BBQ and skate session at Napa skatepark. Northern California legend Robert Guerrero made it out and managed to get this steezed out fishbrain.
New York City legend Boschi Pope blessed the Filthjuice crew with his recent trip to California. This Filth-File was a last minute thing but I had a feeling Boschi was coming out here to handle business, not only for his new startup company Boschi Pope Company (BPC), but to also handle his business on the blades like old times. I personally had never met Boschi until his recent visit, but my memories of him go far back to the early 2000’s when he was the youngest pro out of NYC. His skating and personality embodies the East Coast street skating scene and he’s back from his hiatus to keep the NYC scene strong! More Filth
Vossoughi can always be counted on to come out to a session and lace something unexpected. We were lucky to experience just that when John visited Oakland and decided to launch off a kicker ramp over his car.
Philip Moore where do I start? I’ve known Philip for a very long time with living and traveling to Birmingham, Alabama over the years. He’s a product of the south, a true southern man. A kind of person who will always have your back, and be completely honest with you about anything.
The homie Dustin Dixon has always been holding down Sacramento and this topsoul to gap in El Dorado Hills is just the most recent example. All the homies helped out to make this an extra filthy and memorable photo.
Montana native Cameron Talbott has always had roots in the Bay Area and recently he moved back to San Francisco. We’ve been enjoying every opportunity to skate with Cameron and the other weekend we managed to capture this mute air at McClellan Air Force Base in Sacramento.
One of the best aspects of rollerblading is searching out new an interesting spots and skating things nobody else would think to. Now this spot isn’t all that new but it definitely is unique and very photogenic. Sean Keane made it look easy to grind up the nose of a blue whale with a bump to roll up to back royale at the UC Berkley Lawrence Hall of Science.
We’ve had the privilege of watching Korey Waikiki develop and grow since he was just a little t-dawg. It’s been a fantastic journey and we couldn’t be more proud of Korey for earning his place in the history books with his very own pro-model from Razors. Last weekend we managed to get some work in and captured this technical roll to fishbrain at Berkeley High School.