please read some recent interviews and press from winter 2014
huck magazine (england) – issue 42, dec 2013 – jan 2014
an article on recent new york city based skateboard videos, interviewing colin read, josh stewart, and allen ying, with photos of jahmal williams, connor kammerer, colin read, koki loaiza, rob gonyon, al davis, piro sierra, josh stewart, and dustin eggeling.
(click images to read)
lodown magazine (germany) – issue 89, dec/jan/feb 2014
interview/review, with photos of connor kammerer, eli reed, and eby ghafarian.
(click images to read)
surf, skate & snow – contre-culture
independently published book from france,
with photos of anthony schultz and dave caddo.
(click images to view larger)
staf magazine (spain)
online interview with various preview images of the 1st 3 issues of 43.
the new york times featured allen ying’s photography in the metropolitan
(new york city) section of the sept 15, 2013, sunday times.
from the static iv article:
yonnie cruz – switch ollie – manhattan, new york – 2012
from the subway skating article:
koki loaiza – ollie – manhattan, new york – 2013
eby ghafarian – frontside smith grind – manhattan, new york – 2012
the 4th is from roof skating missions with colin read:
eby ghafarian – roll-in – manhattan, new york – 2012
the online version includes a slideshow of more photographs:
of jahmal williams, eli reed, connor kammerer, and dave caddo.
both the subway skating and roof skating projects are part of
‘tengu: god of mischief’, available for pre-order at
mandibleclaw.com (also look for the 2 trailers there)
disclaimer: the journalist who wrote the article is truly passionate about his craft, and put in extra efforts to present accurate information. we talked for quite a while, and he had far too much information to fit in a small space. it also isn’t easy for a non-skater to write about skateboarding, and to do so in a way that non-skaters can understand. it’s just too much of its own world. as a result, some of the vocabulary and quotes aren’t exactly accurate, for example referring to a skate spot as a skatepark; “breaking the law and skating” wasn’t an exact quote. in the end, my overall feelings were pretty accurately portrayed, and i am excited for the message to reach the new york times audience.
– allen ying
originally posted may 5, 2013:
new york magazine interview
the berrics LA photo show preview
mighty healthy nyc photo show event photos
life and times interview
milk made interview
heavy discussion interview
added june 26, 2013:
ryu island interview
transworld skateboarding magazine, june 2013 issue