The challenge of filming a video part within eight months has had a notable side effect for Nick Tucker. Under pressure to get the most out of every filming trip, Nick has realized that he needs to control the pace and focus on one thing at a time. Nick turned Pro two years ago and is already exhibiting the wisdom and presence of mind of a veteran: each trick is a memory, and his PUSH part will be an amazing time capsule of his early years as a Pro.
Not many of us will get to experience the proverbial hero's welcome, but Nick Tucker gets the royal treatment whenever he visits his family and friends in Lemon Grove. In episode 3, Nick hits his old stomping grounds and shows us that you really can go home again—just don't forget to come back strapped with product.
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.
Nick Tucker turned Pro two years ago and is already exhibiting the wisdom of a veteran: every clip he films is a memory; each part is a time capsule of his early years as a Pro. That sort of rare foresight is Nick's key to fully embracing the grind of traveling and filming—his outlook is a diamond in the rough. With projects like this amazing part he filmed for the PUSH series, Nick's time capsule is guaranteed to overflow.