fremont open


So I know I’m really late on this, but I’ve been meaning to do this post. And I stole some pictures because I didn’t get to take pictures during champs ): Anyways, this is only my 2nd winter season and I can honestly say that it’s been a really great experience so far. Starting from regional then bumping up into open was pretty challenging for me, but through all the sweat, tears, and bruises, it was worth it since I was surrounded by really awesome, talented people! I’m sad the seniors are leaving and I’m going to miss them during guard, but as cliche as it sounds, they’ll all always have a place in my heart. They helped me become the performer that I am right now and inspire me to become even better. “Started from the bottom now we here” Hahah, I don’t think I’ll ever perform with a group as talented as this. I’m thankful that I got to spin with this team and be in this program. Even though I complain about how much I miss my free time, I know that after all the performances and hours of practices, it’s all worth it. It’s a hate-love relationship with guard, yadadamean. Alright, that’s all for now. Until next season .. PAYCE.



An old ass skateboard has been kicking around the studio for more than a few years now.  Finally painted it for the DECKED OUT show, happening at the Olive Hyde Gallery in Fremont.  Opening tomorrow, hosted by my boy Matt Ritchie​  

I wanted the board to look used an abused.  There a lot of texture on it that you just can’t see in a photo.  Digital technologies are lame.