Portfolio Check – Tal Roberts

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So let’s start with some basics – where are you from & where you do you reside now?
I grew up in Gig Harbor, WA and lived between there and Seattle until I moved to Ketchum, ID nine years ago. Ketchum is a unique small town that surrounds the Sun Valley ski resort and has 2 super fun, Dreamland built skate parks (Ketchum and Hailey) and great access for snowboarding, mountain biking and some rivers.
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Portfolio Check – Austin Squire

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The first time I met Austin “Stone” Squire was with Truman Hooker, Tru was living with Austin at that time. The first few times we hung out we weren’t skating at all, I thought maybe he was just another burnout stoner (Sorry dude). Then one day I remember seeing him at the skatepark just mashing around with a sick style – that “I don’t care if you like it” stee, and I love it. Fast forward and I realized he wasn’t just a chiller – he’s a very talented skateboarder as well as graphic designer, oh and a insanely good photographer. He’s just another productive visual creator that’s good at everything he has passion for, sorry for calling you a Stoner stone
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Portfolio Check – Brian Fick

Brian Fick has been a inspiration to myself and many others especially in the San Diego region. He never cool guyed anyone or thought of himself higher then us. We (Brandon/Alex Perelson, Josh Stafford, and the rest of us at the Clairemont skatepark) would always watch Brian shred the bowl with these long Backside tailslides, then he would pop out onto the deck and start setting up flashes to shoot photos of people like Peter Hewitt, Darren Navarette, and all the other pros at the time who were also our inspirations and still are to this day. He shot some of the most creative covers of Automatic Magazine back then too, recently married and happy as hell.. couldn’t be any more stoked to see Brain Fick on the board or behind the lens. Regardless he’s gonna destroy it.


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