What’s your name?
Where are you from?
Oh Canada, Victoria, BC
How old are you?
How long have you been skimming?
Where do you skim normally?
Wittys Lagoon all the way
Who do you skim with?
The local riders at Witty’s and anyone who is down to go out
What is your favorite skim spot?
Any spot I can have a good sesh at. Everyplace usually has something cool about it (Wittys).
Where have you traveled to skimboard?
Throughout BC: White Rock, Okanogans, Vancouver Island and Just got my passport!
Where do you want to travel to skim?
The whole US scene, Europe, Australia
What board(s) do you ride?
Do you compete?
If so, what competitions have you competed in?
Switch Tide Slides, Surface’s Season Wrap-Up Jam, Zed’s Island Skim Sesh, The Canadian Open, a Cool Sesh Up in Courtney, BC.
And what are some of your contest highlights?
3rd in Switch’s Tide Slide Armature
1st in 18u Switch Tideslide
1st in Surfaces open men
6th at Zed’s Island Skim Sesh.
Do you have any sponsors? What companies?
What other board sports do you partake in?
Surfing, wake surfing, wakeboarding, skateboarding, I enjoy all of them
What skimboarding goals do you have?
To push the sport as much as I can and watch it grow
Where do you see the skimboarding going in the future?
Hard to say, It’s still pretty underground, but hopefully one day everyone will recognize the sport and its progression.
What riders influenced your skimboarding?
B-Dub, Lynch, DB crew, Kayotics crew, and the Sacramento crew
What riders are pushing the sport right now?
DB Skimboards, Sacramento crew, John Minns, Kyle Lynch, Cook, J Briche
If you were stranded on a desert island that already has a plentiful resource of skimboards what three things would you bring?
Bumpin Music, friends who skim, Subway
What is the best advice you can to a skim grom trying to get recognized?
Compete, push yourself, practice hard and don’t get stressed over it even though it happens lol and most importantly enjoy it.
Do you wave skim? Flatland? Both?
Flatland for sure, but wave skimming does Looks epic.
What is your favorite skimboarding trick?
So hard to say, I’m always trying to learn new tricks, so going big on the tricks I can do and landing them clean for sure.
Last words? Shout outs?
Jeff Zamluk for getting me to keep on pushin’ it (Zed’s owner), Lynch for always being involved with the sport no matter what.