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Thanks Zappos!



Huge thanks to Zappos.com for featuring the “Girl is NOT a 4 Letter Word” board last week on their instagram feed.

In case you didn’t know, that’s my collab skateboard with Dusters California that helps raise money for GRO (Girls Riders Organization).  GRO is a 501 c3 non profit that helps girls get started in action sports. Gro teaches clinics, provides all the equipment, and gives girls a fun, safe, environment to thrive.

The GN4LW board has been sold at skate & surf shops all over the USA and abroad for the past year, and now with Zappos selling it on line as well,  we will raise even more money for a great organization!  We are STOKED!

You can order the Dusters California x Girl is NOT a 4 Letter Word board HERE




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Finding Love On Instagram



True Story. It was love at first sight and we met on instagram – so 2014, I know. There she was on someone’s insta feed – just a pic of one of her rings – but we were in love! So we clicked over to her profile and feed to find out more, and next thing we knew we were asking KT to make us a couple of rings!

“Cry Later ” is brilliant (and KT thought of this one) and of course we had to have her make “Do Epic Shit” since it’s a main part of the Girl is NOT a 4 Letter Word skate motto. We like to wear one on our ring finger on one hand, and the other on our thumb on other hand – they look badass together!

We love it when our jewelry says it all. These 2 rings that our new jewelry artist friend Katie made for us do that easily.

But rest assured, she can make anything you want – she’s that good!

Hit her up and design something rad for yourself. —> via instagram HERE or drop her an email —> katie.e.lehman@gmail.com


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Richard Sherman – Madden 15


I had the absolute pleasure of working with photographer Tim Mantoani & the gang at EA Sports on this NFL Madden 15 cover with Madden winner, Richard Sherman. It was quite the night – the winner was announced in downtown LA at LA Live! during a press conference and then was whisked over to a photo studio where we were all waiting. News crews, & behind the scenes photographers rapidly filled the space to get a glimpse and interview with Richard. The shoot went smoothly and here is the final result!

Client: EA Sports   /   Photographer: Tim Mantoani / Stylist:  Cindy Whitehead   / Grooming:  Gillian Whitlock


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Surfs Up



I love seeing things that are a bit unexpected.  Like this guy carrying his surfboard across a busy downtown LA intersection . Had to sneak a shot with my iphone – it was too awesome not to.


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Inspiration at Agenda Summer 2014


Photos: Ian Logan Photography

Once again the Agenda Trade Show didn’t disappoint. The WMNS section rocked – it’s basically a show within a show – nice seeing a curated section of all the women’s apparel in one place, it really makes it easy to focus and take it all in. I was able to meet some great new apparel companies and reconnect with some I already work with – and I’m excited to be bring some of the new pieces I saw in on upcoming editorial and ad shoots in the near future. Rusty, Tavik, The Seea, Rad Nails, Puravida, Element Eden, Billabong WomensKovey, Spell & The Gypsy, Style Stalker, Tallow, & Wildfox, were all inspiring! Wonderful to see that one of my favorite snowboarders and Paralympic Bronze medalist,  Amy Purdy is doing a line with Element Eden this coming season.

Loved seeing THE BABE SHOW curated by Human NYC and presented by RVCA, great photos from female artists displayed in an awesome setting. Their limited edition zine was rad, and meeting Rachael & Jill was inspiring. More very soon here on INAP about these two  women who are working tirelessly to promote women artists in a new and exciting way. The quote “The Worst nightmare of a woman should not be other women” by featured artist and RVCA advocate Andrea DoSouto sums up this show and the positive message of the women behind it – they are so inclusive and empowering I left feeling motivated and lucky to have met them!

I got to reconnect with my friends at Olloclip, which always inspire me to take more behind the scenes shots on shoots, so stay tuned for more of my iphone photos, both here and on instagram, being shot with their new 4 -and-1 lens. Can’t wait to play with is this week.

Awesome to see what the skater boys I grew up with are doing – Christian Hosoi & Eddie Elguera had some great new boards that are coming out with some of the artwork done by Christian’s dad, Ivan Hosoi.  The Berrics area was crazy busy as usual with the major skate brand booths taking orders right & left. Dwindle, Powell Peralta, Z-Flex, Dogtown Skates, and more, were showing that skateboarding is still going strong and lots of new designs are on the way.

The gifts we were given by Agenda that were created by Cliche Skateboards, Hershel Supply, & Petals & Peacocks were nice surprise. How much better does it get than a cool tote bag, a new skateboard deck, and a tee that says “I survived the Agenda Tradeshow”?

This show just gets better and better each time it’s here!


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