Print, Propaganda, Videography, Photography & Male Modeling
Hometown: Gridley, CA.
Sponsors: MuirSkate & Wheelbase Magazine
A farm town kid turned big city grown-up by way of America’s finest city. Plenty of life experiences have paved the way for this young lad, but none more interesting than assisting with the development of MuirSkate.com: a six-ish year transformation of a humble campus surf shop in to the raddest online longboard skateboarding retailer the World has ever seen! And now a quote from someone whose name escapes me: “I may not be where I am going, but I am going where I want to be.” Happy skating!
Newest Articles by Seth:
Come to San Francisco for the 5th annual Golden Gate Park Race race through Golden Gate Park, on Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015. This is an event for every one of every skill level and their grandmothers. Dodge iBlivious yoggers, swerve ‘n’ curve ‘round the resident crackheads and push passed the buffalos down to the BBQ […]
They say “you can get anything you want in New York City”. It’s quite the enticing and inviting message! (Who wouldn’t want to at least visit the city after hearing such a thing?!) At its roots, I feel this statement true, but that it mostly applies to desirables contained within our plane of existence: “physical things” […]
In light of Ed Nieves new “Edvice” column, I felt it would be appropriate to feature Ed in this edition of New York Minute. Sure that may be a bunch of Ed in a short amount of time, but Ed is always down to skate and that makes the film/edit experience a breeze. Over the […]
After a handful of GIF- and text-based posts, I’ve come to terms with the fact that I simply prefer to make videos. Sure, I enjoy making the endlessly-looping animations and getting a little wild with words, but I miss being on board myself. To make a GIF I set up the tripod, hit record, and […]
My first skate-related encounter with the streets of New York City took place a little over two years ago, in mid-October of 2011. The MuirSkate crew and I ventured out here to take part in the unofficially annual “skateboard pride parade”. It was late-morning and just as soon as we touched down at JFK we […]