Collin Provost: 'Made'
Collin Provost in 'Made'
Pro skateboarder Collin Provost has been blowing minds since his video part in Emerica's "Stay Gold," but for the past two years, his focus has been on the upcoming video "Made." In 2012, Provost won the Fan Favorite vote in X Games' Real Street contest and most recently received back-to-back covers with Thrasher Magazine and The Skateboard Mag. "Made" will showcase what Provost has been up to since turning pro for Toy Machine two years ago this month.
Ollieing up from low to high on a recent trip to Nashville, Tenn., Provost shows his power and gnarly approach.
Provost hucks a massive backside ollie at a cement playground in the backwoods of Tennessee.
Stalefish transfer at Insanity Skatepark in Madison, Ala.
Are you done filming for "Made"? Yeah, yeah, I'm done now. The premiere is Sept. 5! How much time did you spend filming for "Made" versus "Stay Gold"? It's been close to two and a half years for "Made." "Stay Gold" was forever; it felt like it took four or five years.
Provost skates one of the South's greatest contributions to skateboarding -- The Ghetto Banks in Birmingham, Ala.
This ditch spot outside of Nashville, Tenn., gets an Emerica filming session courtesy of Collin Provost.
Wicked Ways Tattoo in Birmingham, Ala.
Is it true that you once dropped out of a contest when you saw Andy Mac on the other deck? No, but he told me not to smoke around the athletes. I had to tell him I was skating in this thing too. ... I thought he was retired. I don't care what Andy Mac has to say. Bluntslide transfer in Nashville, Tenn.
Who's the best houseguest? The ones that don't hang out all the time. Who's the worst? Probably Jamie Tancowny.
Nollie in Birmingham, Ala.