Witness Statement #06: Jahmal Williams

There was no formula other than have fun and try to make something out of nothing. [Hopps] came together really organically and naturally. Kinda like when you force a trick and it doesn’t feel right. No matter how much you force it, something’s just doesn’t click. It’s when you don’t try so hard or when you allow it to be spontaneous it feels natural. That’s how a lot of this has happened. Jahmal Williams speaks to Josh Stewart at Theories of Atlantis. Continue reading Witness Statement #06: Jahmal Williams

Witness Statement #04: Bill Strobeck

I think people have preconceived notions of the video. I’m sure some of that is partially right, but there are a lot of surprises in it. Videos like Penal Code and Eastern Exposure 3 came up as what we had in mind. Those videos were sick because there was no limit to who or how many different people could be in them. Dudes now have clothing sponsors, and I sometimes had a feeling those companies were getting weird about certain things, but this is a shop video. Supreme is still a skate shop where people go to set up a … Continue reading Witness Statement #04: Bill Strobeck