In the past two years, I’ve learned a few things from interviewing skateboarders. Skateboarding teaches persistence, the ability to think for yourself, and helps give a sense of purpose. If that’s not something you want for yourself, then stay away from skateboarding.

For those who know Dani Bautista, it’s obvious that he doesn’t think skateboarding is a bad idea. After all, much of what he does can be traced back to skateboarding. Dani is a freelance photographer and an award winning filmmaker. He has worked with big brands like Vans, Converse, NikeSB, and New Balance. Also he coaches skateboarding gold medalist Margielyn Arda Didal.

In this episode, we talked about what you get from skateboarding, his many travels for work, the first time he saw Margielyn skate, how he became her coach, and a lot more.

Enjoy the episode!

SHOWNOTES

Rescue a Hero (Zerothreetwo Conversations episode)

Zubuchon

Joe Rogan

Wolfgang – free diver in Cebu

Carmen del Prada – filmmaker photographer

Vans

Canon

Guitar World Magazine

Cliff Rigor (Zerothreetwo Conversations episode)

Loudbasstard

Edel Tribiana (Zerothreetwo Conversations episode)

Strap

Margielyn Didal

Bmac – rapper

Concave Skate Park

Anthony Claravall

New Balance Numeric Asia

Woodword Skate Camp – Pennsylvania

Philippine Skateboarding Association

Tagad – youtube skate documentary

Metro Manila Film Festival

Demi – skater in Tagad

Pero – skater in Tagad

Freedive film for National geographic by Dani Bautista

National Geographic

Nicolo Manreal

Rainbowfish

Daniel Calayaan – filipino skater from germany

Motic – skateboarder

Mark Cortes (Zerothreetwo Conversations episode)

The Nine Club – skateboarding podcast

Explain This to Me – podcast

Where can you find Dani?

https://www.instagram.com/dcatbautista/

http://www.danibautista.com/

https://vimeo.com/danibautista

This episode is sponsored by Qube Gallery – a progressive art space in Cebu, Philippines providing network and exhibit opportunities for contemporary artists with whom they work closely with and promote beyond the local reach. For more than five years, Qube has mounted shows of engaging artworks and have also significantly represented the Visayas region in various international fairs. 

This month at Qube: OCEAN SEA — bringing together three artists – Olivia d’Aboville, Russ Ligtas and Joanna Arong. Their profound love for the sea is featured in their works and evokes magical mysteries, inspiration and darkness. The exhibition has different mediums. Particularly textiles, paintings, sculptures and even a video installation. This exhibition is curated by Joanna Vasquez Arong and will run from June 20 to July 16, 2019

For more information, send an email to info@qubegallery.ph or send a message on https://www.facebook.com/qubegallery.

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Music is Piano March by Audionautix

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