This photo of Jay Sigafoos was originally going to run in a magazine, but they asked that Jay write a 600 word article about the differences between skating then and skating now to go along with it.
This ended up not working out because the most I could get Jay to write down about skating was “wherever and whenever is the only way”.
In a weird move, lost soul put out a senior week inspired skateboard. Here are some outtakes from our photo shoot.
Andy V always has something up his sleeve.
Wood and cement by Andy Vasquez, photo and video by me.
A long time ago some random dude gave Kurtz an unlabeled VHS tape.
Somehow it ended up in my possession and I forgot about it until I was going through old tapes and popped it in a VCR.
It was a dub of a dub of a dub, so the quality is terrible, but there is some worthwhile skateboarding action from local Lehigh Valley legends with Gary Hillegas, Jay Sigafoos, Andy Mack, Josh Novak, and others way before my time.
Some of this footage seems to date back to around 1998.
Photos hidden on a roll of film I forgot about. I think these are from the first two sessions I went to at Snakeside.