The changes skateboarding was going through in the early ’90s were impossible to ignore. Street skating had all but eclipsed vert, and the so-called Big 5 companies had given way to a slew of scrappy, skater-owned startups.
Among them was Tony Hawk’s Birdhouse Projects. After leaving Powell Peralta, Hawk assembled a team that included Jeremy Klein, Willy Santos, and Steve Berra. In 1992, they set out to work on Feasters, the fledgling brand’s first video. Now, 23 years later, they recount how it all came together.
Thanks to the Ride Channel for posting this.