Hello there… I’m Nate Joski. You may remember me from such notable skateboard websites as vromanskateboarding.net and the Barn Crew myspace page. I moved out to Los Angeles seven years ago and became a Hollywood big shot, saw Eric Koston in a bakery and spotted Lizard King at the mall, even skated the Berrics a few times. Eventually I got burnt on the scene, got married, and later became a dad. Now I’ve returned to Wisconsin to live the modest lifestyle of a stay at home dad.
Since free time is fairly nonexistent these days I’ll post up some relics from the past that I’ve dug out just for you. Here’s a little Estabrook montage I filmed sometime in 2009 and edited together like 5 years later. It was a lawless mess around that place and I definitely contributed to the scatter of soggy wooden obstacles .
Speaking of lawless times… Here’s a video from our second “Gnarbeque” we put on. We had no idea what we were doing, but it was a lot of fun.
And last stop on my little estabrook nostalgia trip: here’s a screen shot of the short lived Estabrook website I made. Zero donations collected, haha! I’m so stoked on all the time and hard work people have put into estabrook and hope I can help out on builds in the future.
’til next time dudes, it feels good to be back.
A short video chronicling a winter escape to Dallas, Texas a couple of weeks ago. A big thanks to all the rippers down in Dallas who showed us around as well as Eduardo & Rosalinda for letting us crash. Until the next trip happens, enjoy the video.
Featuring: Mike Bahr, Eduardo Martinez Banda, Jerry Starke, Harald Reynolds, Bret Gregory, Kennedy Cantrell and Edward Montes.
- updated: HI, I got a new scanner so I rescanned all these 🙂
Thanks, Josh, for allowing me the opportunity to share some of these photos on the site! I began attempting to document some of the shenanigans of my favorite Milwaukee trolls almost as soon as I settled into the city back in 2012…
Here’s one of the main man POPO looking appropriately christlike, whilst overseeing the carpentry/ miracle making of Estabrook construction a few years back…WWPPD?
As of late, I’ve been trying my hand at shooting Polaroids. These following images were shot mostly over the past year, all on Impossible film. I have the most fun shooting these guys, each one of them is crazy fucking talented and are just genuinely good people.
I’m really grateful for all of the radical times, and this warm community of people who have welcomed me into them…
Max Murphy – Kickflip
Max Murphy – Ollie