Gosha’s been around for a while, i guess just as long as our friendship with him. Riding his bike, preparing our coffees at Morrow, shooting pictures, and how not... skating.
Seems like this guy has it all, and he actually does.
Whats up dude? Could you formally introduce yourself? (Complete stranger mode on like).
Nos tiramos más tiempo delante del ordenador/tablet/movil de lo que necesitamos. No nos damos cuenta de que hace “cuatro días” no existian. Pintábamos en libretas, grababamos en cintas cassettes y lo más parecido a Google era la enciclopedia gorda en una estanteria en lo alto del salón. A modo de altar a la sabiduria. Pre-historia.
Seeing him nowadays riding as a Pass~Port professional I could say that it worked out. His speed, originality and technique pushed him to be one on the greatests. His most recent part in the Pass~Port video "Kitsch" was a “before and after” in his career as a skateboarder, we could say that is his moment.
But skating like the angels isn't the only thing the Australian skateboarder is good at. In his spare time Josh builds wood frames with a surprising skills.
He's one of the most powerful skaters nowadays, inspiring everyone to go out and skate at every single spot, proving that
nothing is unskatable.
Born in England, Nick lived across Asia before his family settled in Perth, Australia, where he developed his unconventional approach to skating out of necessity.
Now located in Portland, his vision of skate, speed and pop has taken him to the top of the scene, being one of the faces of Polar Skate Co.