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February 24, 2016 /

Buenos dias, sweet thangs! You may have noticed from the photos that I’ve transitioned from a long-board to a skateboard! This new development came about a few months ago when I was gifted a skate deck from my buddy Chad Gluckson (one of the raddest guys I know in Austin). I’d been wanting to learn basic skate tricks for more efficient street commuting for some time but wasn’t highly motivated to buy a regular ol’…

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June 9, 2015 /

  It’s been far too long since I last posted but it’s also been a while since Austin saw clear, blue skies! For those of you who don’t live in the Midwest or more specifically, Texas, I’m sure you saw on the national news how incredibly gnarly the storms were here. To make matters worse, it pretty much rained for the entire month of May, so that ruined any longboarding plans I made….and we’re not talking light…

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April 22, 2015 /

I love the outfit in this set because it represents contrast; my absolute favorite philosophical topic to discuss despite being the constant recipient of its discomfort, but I wouldn’t have it any other way. But even more so, the  contrast that exists within me. The cotton is a respectful bow to the polite, perpetually punctual, super detail oriented, systematic, rule-following, unwaveringly loyal, responsible, dependable, constantly growing me. The leather is a hard salute to the (only sometimes) bad ass, risk…

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March 19, 2015 /

Happy SXSW, guys! I think the last of the cold weather is finally on its way out, so this might be the last post you’ll see me with sweaters and jackets. I’m both sad and happy about this. Either way, we had a great time shooting this set downtown. The passer-bys were intrigued not only by the photo shoot itself, but also by the fact that I was skating, which is exactly why I started this blog. I’m…

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March 3, 2015 /

  Hello! This is my first (official) post for The Sartorial Skater! I’m really excited to share these photos with y’all, especially because they were shot at the HOPE Outdoor Gallery in Austin, Texas. This gallery is special because it’s a three-story education art project AND one of the largest of its kind in the United States. The project was developed to provide muralists, graffiti artists & community groups the opportunity to display large scale art pieces driven by inspirational, positive & educational…

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