Yeah, it was pretty nuts. It was a stressful three weeks.
Let’s change the subject, but on the subject of animals, how much of an impact does Falcor (Carson Lee’s dog) have on the session?
Oh yeah, Falcor’s tight. She gives me doggy love and doggy luck. I always pet her if I’m having a stressed out moment. She hooks it up and makes sure your stress level is lower. You realize that there’s a world outside of skateboarding and you just gotta calm down for a little bit sometimes. She’s a must have, she’s been on some skate trips—she’s a veteran.
So you follow her (@falcor408) on Instagram I take it?
I don’t have Instagram, but all the homies do. I didn’t even know she had her own Instagram. She met Fabio, you saw that photo right?
I did see that—so good. Are you gonna have a full part in the video?
F—k yeah, man! I haven’t seen it yet—I usually don’t even like to see that stuff until the final outcome anyways, but I might actually just take a look-see to see what Jim is doing.
Who’s footage are you looking forward to on the team?
Everybody. You don’t see what everyone is doing when you’re not on a trip, and even sometimes on a trip, you don’t see what they’re doing. There’s a whole culmination of different styles so it should be good. I’d like to see Peter’s shit, just to see it all together. JT (Aultz) of course, because he likes to jump down some big gaps and handrairings.
How long have you been filming for this part?
I think two years.
Where did you film besides San Jose?
South America, in like five different countries down there. Venezuela, Colombia, Argentina, Brazil. I know Vegas, and a couple other places. Some East Coast probably.
What are you going to start working on now that the Osiris video is wrapped?
I have an enjoi part to film for that I’ve been filming for simultaneously with the Osiris stuff, so I guess straight from this right into that.
Is enjoi doing a full-length or are you filming a solo part?
I think it’s a full-length, I sure hope so. I’m not too big on these internet parts and all that crap. Shit just gets lost in the shuffle and the madness of the internet. That shit just stresses me out. I like to have hard copies of things too so you can go back and see it. On the internet, you never know where the hell it’s going and how long it’s going to be there. And one part man, it’s just kind of a let down. I don’t like that stuff. I’m sure a lot of people like it and the convenience is great, but I like the good ol’ video days.
I agree. It’s good to know that enjoi and Osiris are doing full-length videos. Do you have a release date or deadline for that one yet?
The end of the world? I don’t know, whatever the date is for that. Whenever the suspected end of the world is coming, that’s the date.
That’s only two months away.
Oh, well then, shit. Maybe a little longer [laughs].
Get ready for the worldwide premiere of Osiris’ full length video Never Gets Old premiering right here on skateboarding.com, November 12.