When Blake Carpenter got his first skateboard in 2003, he had no way of knowing how it would shape his life. He's become defined by it in a way that everyone in his circle of friends will appreciate. Skateboarding has become his support system and his only reliable escape valve.
Florida's Blake Carpenter has really carved out a name for himself in California over the past few years. In Episode 3, Blake heads back to his subtropical stomping grounds in the Sunshine State to show us where it all began.
With new parts from Daniel Lutheran, Blake Carpenter, Miles Silvas, Leo Romero, Brandon Biebel, Tommy Fynn, Curren Caples, and Nick Tucker coming soon, take a look at unreleased footage from the filming of their PUSH projects. The epilogue features interviews with Tony Hawk, Mike Sinclair, Arto Saari, Ed Templeton, and Heath Kirchart.
When Blake Carpenter got his first skateboard in 2003, he had no way of knowing that it would shape his life and take him all around the world, becoming his support system and his only reliable escape valve. Fourteen years down the road, Blake's PUSH part is a portrait of a man fully dependent on his skateboard.