It’s definitely Jeremy Wray’s part in Second Hand Smoke. His skating was gnarly, and the quality of his skating is so good all the way through-there’s no weak stuff. It’s hard to film a whole part like that. His stuff was so gnarly.
The first time I saw it was in a skate shop somewhere in America. I was on tour and watched it with Tom Penny-he thought it was great as well. It’s still good because videos on the whole, well, a lot of them aren’t very good. It’s pretty hard to film a good video part. In the past four years, nothing that spectacular has come out. I think the next two years will be the best for videos. Younger guys like Andrew Reynolds are coming of age, and they’ve grown up watching the good videos, like the Plan B ones. They are the best.