The Art of Skate Photography Packs the House at La Paloma

Skate legends, photographers, and long-time fans gathered at the historic La Paloma Theatre in Encinitas, CA for the sold-out premiere of The Artist Odyssey’s latest film, J. Grant Brittain: 30 Years of Skate Photography.

The line at the Box Office of La Paloma Theatre
The line at the Box Office of La Paloma Theatre

 

A fan asks Grant to sign two posters
A fan asks Grant to sign two posters

 

Grant signs a fan's skateboard
Grant signs a fan’s skateboard

 

Grant's work displayed to a packed theater prior to the show
Grant’s work displayed to a packed theater prior to the show

 

Chris Miller and J. Grant Brittain answering audience questions
Chris Miller and J. Grant Brittain answering audience questions

 

A shot of the audience during the Q&A
A shot of the audience during the Q&A

 

“Great night tonight attending the premiere of J. Grant Brittain documentary celebrating 30 years of skateboarding at the La Paloma Theatre in Encinitas. I’m so honored to be one of those skateboarders to become part of the history in the making along with Christian Hosoi, Chris Miller, Tony Hawk, Mike McGill, Niel Blender and many many more. Grant’s story is a unique one…his artistic view and his love for capturing skateboarding turned into a life-long profession, making many  good friends along the way.” — Steve Caballero

Steve Caballero, J. Grant Brittain, and Christian Hosoi
Steve Caballero, J. Grant Brittain, and Christian Hosoi

 

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