Check out this calendar featuring a different girl skater for each month. Proceeds go to EXPOSURE, an annual female skateboarding event that raises money for victims of domestic violence. Purchase your calendar
here or by clicking the images below.
You can watch the EXPOSURE 2013 recap here:
UNDEREXPOSED Teaser / Exposure 2013 Recap from Amelia Brodka on Vimeo.
For more information on EXPOSURE, please visit
Here’s a quick photo journal summing up the past few fast-paced months:
Avril Lavigne’s Stunt double?
Here’s the recap video of the Bowlriders event:
Teaser/ Florida Bowlriders Cup 2013</a> from <a href=”
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2013 has been great so far!
I got this photo and a multiple-page interview in the new
Also, my Alma Mater, USC Annenberg, wrote an article on UNDEREXPOSED! Read it here:
And I’ve been obsessively skating the combi bowl. Here’s a little edit:
And now I’m getting ready to go to Australia for the Hurley ABC in Newcastle! Yay skateboarding!
Here’s a glimpse of what else you might expect in the documentary:
Ed Templeton talks about turning the legendary Elissa Steamer pro
And the b-roll to compliment the story...
I was recently invited to Belmont High School to talk to 9th and 10th graders about pursuing your passions.
I talked about my love for skateboarding and the process of making Underexposed.
As a media academy, they were interested in the topics covered in Underexposed. I showed them a few teaser clips.
There were a lot of girls who talked to me about their interest in skateboarding.
Surprisingly, many of them shared the same story, their moms told them that “Skateboarding is not for girls.” After seeing clips from Underexposed, they saw that their moms were clearly misinformed.
After the presentation, I gave out some equipment from
S-One and Tragedy Skateboards to help spread the skate love.