Photos Taken by Michael Ballard

Jim Greco from LA, CA

Type: Half Page, Editorial
Media: Skateboarder Magazine - September 2008
Switch backside crooks down a 10 stair handrail (Wilshire) for the 100 article.

Rick Howard from Vancouver Lakers, Canada

Type: Full Page, Editorial
Media: Skateboarder Magazine - May 2008
50-50 on a rainbow rail in 1998 for the Retrospective article.

Caine Gayle from San Diego, CA

Type: Full Page, Editorial
Media: Skateboarder Magazine - May 2008
Frontside tailslide on a hubba in 1998 for the Retrospective article.

Rob Dyrdek from Kettering, OH

Type: Full Page, Editorial
Media: Skateboarder Magazine - May 2008
Frontside nosegrind on a drop off ledge in 1998 for the Retrospective article.

Rick Howard from Vancouver Lakers, Canada

Type: Full Page, Editorial
Media: Skateboarder Magazine - May 2008
Frontside grind on a mini-ramp extension in 1999 for the Retrospective article.

Alex Chalmers from Vancouver, BC, Canada

Type: Full Page, Editorial
Media: Skateboarder Magazine - May 2008
Kickflip into a bank in 2000 for the Retrospective article.

Marc Johnson from Winston-Salem, NC

Type: Full Page, Editorial
Media: Skateboarder Magazine - May 2008
Backside nosegrind on a rail in 2001 for the Retrospective article.

Lennie Kirk from ,

Type: Two Page, Editorial
Media: Skateboarder Magazine - May 2008
Switch frontside noseslide on a 6 stair hubba (Hubba Hideout) in 1997 for the Retrospective article.

Danny Way from , CA

Type: Two Page, Editorial
Media: Skateboarder Magazine - May 2008
Backside air on a vert ramp in 1997 for the Retrospective article.

Laban Pheidias from ,

Type: Two Page, Editorial
Media: Skateboarder Magazine - May 2008
Crucify portrait in 1997 for the Retrospective article.

Jason Jessee from La Selva Beach, CA

Type: Full Page, Editorial
Media: Skateboarder Magazine - May 2008
Stale fish on a vert ramp in 1989 for the Retrospective article.

Heath Kirchart from Los Angeles, CA

Type: Full Page, Editorial
Media: Skateboarder Magazine - December 2007
Front blunt down a 10 stair hubba (UCI) for the How it Went Down feature.