Check out some clips from two sessions at Shaw Skatepark in DC. It's a good place for me to just roll around and clear my mind. I produced the song a while ago and thought it fit well with this montage. Thanks to Jason for filming with the GoPro camera. Now go skate!!!
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Time Magazine’s 2019 special edition on the Art of Optimism featured the innovative Finding a Line: Skateboard, Music, and Media program that debuted at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts four years ago. The Solstik Project was a featured creative contributor. Read More
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