Tagged: 2000

covers – thrasher, august 2000

Photo: Thrasher Cover – August 2000
Michael Burnett

Skater: Toan Nguyen
Trick: Kickflip Backside Tailslide Fakie
Spot: Hillbrook Rails
Signal Hill, California
United States

Footage: Shorty’s, “Guilty” (2001)

Additional Notes:
ThrasherMagazine.com – August 2000
skately – Hillbrook Rails

covers – slap, january 2000

Photo: Slap Cover – January 2000
Lance Dawes

Skater: Rick McCrank
Trick: Frontside Nosegrind
Spot:
Los Angeles, California
United States

Footage: eS, “Menikmati” (2000)
Fred Mortagne

covers – transworld, february 2000

Photo: Transworld Cover – February 2000
Pete Thompson

Skater: Rick McCrank
Trick: Kickflip
Spot:
Paris, France

Footage: eS, “Menikmati” (2000)
Fred Mortagne

covers – transworld, october 2000

Photo: Transworld Cover – October 2000

Skater: Andrew Reynolds
Trick: Kickflip
Spot: Hollywood High 16
Los Angeles, California
United States

Footage: Baker, “Baker2G” (2000)

Additional Notes:
skately – Hollywood High School
Trick was also used for a sequence in an Emerica Ad (2000) – via skately

covers – transworld, november 2000 (photo annual)

Photo: Transworld Cover – November 2000
Dave Swift

Skater: Heath Kirchart
Trick: Backside Tailslide
Spot: Oceanside 13
Oceanside, California
United States

Footage: Transworld, “Sight Unseen” (2001)

Additional Notes:
skately – Oceanside High School
Footage of this trick is in the Bonus Footage of “Sight Unseen”, rather than Heath Kirchart’s actual part.
Trick and Cover is described by Dave Swift in The Berrics, “In The Loupe – Dave Swift On Heath Kirchart” (2016).
Blog post by Dave Swift describing the Trick and Cover;
“When I got the chance to shoot the cover of a Photo Annual I was so hyped and knew that Heath Kirchart was the right guy to shoot. We talked and he came up with the idea of using a giant American flag as the background for the spot he’d be skating. I didn’t have one so Heath went out and bought one on his own and started thinking of a spot and trick. The first spot we tried was in LA so I filled my car with some humans ([Shad Lambert] and [Tania Moyron] were two of them) and drive up to meet Heath. Arrived at spot around 1:00 AM and it was super windy which affected skating and flag holding. After a few back Smiths Heath decided he was over it and wanted to come up with a better trick and spot. A couple days later we met him across the street from Oceanside High at 1:00 AM where he informed us the gate was locked but he would go cut the chain with his Sawsall. We could hear him trying to cut the links from across the street and after several minutes he gave up and came up with a different way to get through the fence–drive his ex-police car into the gate. Yeah, exactly what he did and a few minutes later we met him inside, got generator and lights going, hoisted flag and Heath started going for a backside tailslide. This was pretty much the first time I used a Hasselblad and I wasn’t super happy how the photos came out (some motion blur) but this was the image Heath liked best. My 35mm shots from a different angle were my favorites but the angle wasn’t what Heath had in mind.”

covers – thrasher, september 2000

covers – transworld, november 2000

Photo: Transworld Cover – November 2000

Skater: Eric Koston
Trick: Backside Noseslide
Spot: Hollywood Bowl
Los Angeles, California
United States

Footage: eS, “Menikmati” (2000)

Additional Notes:
skately – Hollywood Bowl

covers – thrasher, july 2000

Photo: Thrasher Cover – July 2000
Daniel Harold Sturt

Skater: Arto Saari
Trick: Backside Crooked Grind
Spot: Franklin High 18
Highland Park, California
United States

Footage: Flip, “Sorry” (2002)

Additional Notes:
skately – Franklin High

covers – thrasher, november 2000

Photo: Thrasher Cover – November 2000
Lance Dawes

Skater: Jason Dill
Trick: Backside Bluntslide
Spot: Belmont 9
Los Angeles, California
United States

Footage: Alien Workshop, “Photosynthesis” (2000)

Additional Notes:
skately – Belmont High School

trickReport.com – covers: thrasher, november 2000