Tag: longboard

December 2, 2015 /

This is part one of my shoot with my friend Kayla Snell who’s an ultra talented photographer and just a badass in general. We shot this set on the east side, arguably one of the only parts of town left that give Austin any diversity at all (despite the seemingly rapid gentrification of it), and also happens to be my favorite side of town. It’s actually where I learned to skate, in the Millennium Youth…

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June 24, 2015 /

  Swimming has to be the most quintessential activity of summer. A reprieve from the heat (especially in Austin), a chance to float and flow away from all the baggage of work week’s past, and the ability to willingly induce melanoma (unless you lather in SPF Pale, like I do). And what better way to get to the pool than to skate to it? And in a cute Free People summer dress no less! The only thing missing was one of…

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May 1, 2015 /

One of my favorite spots in Austin is the top level of this parking structure located across the street from the Austin Capitol building. Its location is the perfect vantage point for taking in all the rich history and beauty of Austin; from the architectural awe where our state’s politics are conducted in, to the hustle and bustle of downtown, to the incredible sunsets over Lake Austin. It’s nice sometimes to just be above it…

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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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