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20 Years of Girl: Spike Jonze Interview

20 Years of Girl: Spike Jonze Interview

Long gone are the days of Jean-Michelle and Coach Larry sussing each other out. Jean-Michelle said himself, without the help of Girl and Coach Larry, he never would have skateboarded in the Malibu contest: Mister Larry recognized that the kid had heart. So here we are 20 years on, trying to make sense of it...
20 Years of Girl: Rick Howard Interview

20 Years of Girl: Rick Howard Interview

This is the first of five ’20 Years of Girl’ interviews we did just under a year ago. Better late than never: He’s not lost, he’s awesome, Girl are no longer seeking anyone to take him of their hands and his attitude is now up to scratch when shooting action or lifestyle photos. You missed...
TheDeafWord: Dave Chami Interview

TheDeafWord: Dave Chami Interview

    Hi Dave, how are things? Good, just in Sydney, Australia at the moment. My wife, son and I had to come back to renew our work visas. Actually, about 5 minutes ago the courier dropped by with our passports with the visas. Happy days. Yeah, we’re good to go for another couple of...
TheDeafWord: Danny Garcia Interview

TheDeafWord: Danny Garcia Interview

  I had a few words with Danny alongside the Balmorhea Interrogation interview I did over at The Berrics surrounding Colin Kennedy’s great video (check it out below) and we got to talking some more. Danny’s solo project, “Reverend Baron” is definitely something to keep your ears open for, don’t let his modesty sidetrack you. Talk...
TheDeafWord: Walker Ryan Interview

TheDeafWord: Walker Ryan Interview

Post Perpetual Motion thoughts, cops being down with Matt Hensley and Brazil’s self-sustained skating scene. Walker Ryan is an open-minded individual who seemingly wants to live his life in every sense of the phrase. Find out for yourself, enjoy – Interview by Stephen Cox and Graham Watson Photos by Dave Chami     Let’s start...
TheDeafWord: Matt Price Interview

TheDeafWord: Matt Price Interview

Unknowingly making a satanic mockery of the Japanese culture, to the initial wrong interpretations of Fred Gall’s character, as well as Mike Anderson’s happy bloody smile. We caught up with Matt Price to hear some tales from behind the lens. He received the greatest kind of compliment you can get from Spike Jonze, and rightly...
TheDeafWord: Corey Duffel Interview

TheDeafWord: Corey Duffel Interview

A friend of The Deaf Lens – Tony Moore, recently had a chat with Corey Duffel about being a skate nerd, repping Foundation for ten years, having motor-mania and that famous moustache. Edited by Stephen Cox     Skate Nerd – totally killed it against J.T Aultz. Skate Nerd was a lot of fun. I was...
TheDeafWord: Jody Morris Interview

TheDeafWord: Jody Morris Interview

We recently had a chat with gentleman and skateboarding photographer Jody Morris about hitting up Havana’s skate scene, shooting Tommy Lee in the recording studio with Danny Way and how touring used to be different from today. Enjoy –     Let’s start from scratch – Where are you from? I was born in Ottawa,...
Landmark Skate Tunes #7: Band of Horses - 'The Funeral'

Landmark Skate Tunes #7: Band of Horses – ‘The Funeral’

The premise behind each Landmark Skate Tunes feature has been to try and focus on the music rather than the skating. Of course this presents problems, and especially so in this case. The Great Stories are the ones you have heard and want to hear again. The ones you can enter anywhere and inhabit comfortably...
TheDeafWord: Mark Baines Interview

TheDeafWord: Mark Baines Interview

We spoke to Fabric pro and gentleman Mark Baines about leaving Blueprint, Camp WeSC, the differences between U.K and U.S skating and inspiration. Enjoy –     How is Fabric going for you? – Have you been enjoying the new direction you have taken and how are you finding the new team? Fabric is going...
TheDeafWord: Sam Muller Interview

TheDeafWord: Sam Muller Interview

We recently spoke to Senior Photographer at Transworld Skateboarding Magazine about ‘Pretty Sweet’, career progression, Willa Holland, siblings and the similarities between Ballet and skateboarding. Yes, you heard us – enjoy the interview     Can you tell us the story of how you got into skateboarding, photography and filming?  I started skating when I...