Skate portfolio: Dan Z., April 2015
Aidan Campbell, smith grind
This month, XGames.com returns with a new skateboard photographer portfolio from photographer Dan Zaslavsky. Here's the latest, including Tampa Pro winner Luan Oliveira, Zero legend Jamie Thomas and more. But first up is Aidan Campbell, captured here in a smith grind. "He's the newest dude on Foundation and he definitely possesses extra smooth style," says Zaslavsky.
Dennis Durrant, switch B/S overcrook
Dennis Durrant is an Australian legend and enjoys dabbling in his fair share of tech-gnar. This is Durrant throwing a switch backside overcrook.
Felix Arguelles, frontside boardslide
"The Lix" (as he's known in social circles) has been skating for a long time, but don't expect him to slow down anytime soon. Here Arguelles gets in a quick frontside boardslide.
Frankie Vallani, fakie heelflip
Frankie Vallani is a rippin' up-and-comer from the Los Angeles area with a lot of future potential. Here, he throws a fakie heelflip.
Jamie Thomas, frontside feeble
One of the most consummate dudes in skateboarding, Jamie Thomas has done it all and is still going strong. This is his frontside feeble on foreign soil.
Javier Mendizabal, polejam
Nobody skates tranny with speed and finesse like Javier Mendizabal. This is a one of a kind polejam.
Jeremy Leabres, 180 switch crook
Jeremy Leabres is the newest addition to the Emerica roster and solidified his place with a part in "Made" last year. This is Leabres' frontside 180 switch crook on a well known rail.
Kyle Walker, frontside boardslide
Everyone has been waiting patiently for the Vans video and it's certain that Kyle Walker's part will not disappoint. Here he throws a frontside boardslide.
Luan Oliveira, tre flip
Luan Oliveira is not only a contest killer, he's also a non-stop street ripper, as evidenced by this switch treflip.
Matt Bennett, frontside noseslide
If you havent checked out Matt Bennett's part in the new Dekline video, "True Blue," do yourself a favor and watch it. It's sure to bend your mind. Here is Bennett with a frontside noseslide.
Miika Adamov, crooked grind
Miika Adamov came out with a surprising quick bang full of technical wizardry in Enjoi's "Oververt." This is Adamov's version of a crooked grind on a tall power box.
Ryan Decenzo, frontside 5-0 revert
Ryan Decenzo may just be the gnarliest street skater ever. This frontside 5-0 revert can attest to that.
Theotis Beasley, backside flip
With his inherent grace, watching Theotis Beasley's backside flip is like a gift from the skate gods.
Tom Karangelov, backside tailslide
Tom Karangelov is a powerhouse and this backside tailslide is burly. Last year, he left Zero after the release of the "Cold War" video, and he recently made the switch to Skate Mental.
Tony Cervantes, boardslide to fakie
Tony Cervantes has been holding it down at Zero for almost a decade, and he even went pro for the brand not long ago. This is a boardslide to fakie from Cervantes for the crowd.