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In March 2013, I was given the amazing opportunity to travel to Morocco with 3 female skateboarders on behalf of Skate Like A Girl in Seattle. I was asked to document the 2 week journey through photographs and video.

What we experienced wasn't much like what we thought it'd be. Aside from a few more traditional gentlemen, we were welcomed as American females. We got a lot of attention with our skateboards but people were friendly and kind. Morocco was a humbling and beautiful experience that feels like it was a dream. Thank you to all who made this journey possible.

Video by: Hollyanne Faber


Skating Morocco from Hollyanne Faber on Vimeo.

In 2010, Kim Woozy founded MAHFIA, a web tv channel that exposes the untold stories of females in action sports culture. MAHFIA's mission is to promote females for their accomplishments and offer inspiration and entertainment for girls who are interested in the creative lifestyle of skateboarding, snowboarding and surf culture.

MAHFIA is an example of an independent modern day story telling vehicle that could not have existed less than a decade ago. Woozy utilizes the resources of today's technology to reach an audience around the world. She has created a new narrative that can captivate a generation of young females in a way that traditional media cannot. Independent alternative media created by females is increasingly important and extremely crucial in combating the dangerous stereotypes that mainstream media imposes on impressionable young teens.

A product of the millennial generation, Kim Woozy was born and raised in the heart of Northern California's Bay Area. Her childhood was influenced by the juxtaposition of San Francisco's rich cultural diversity, Silicon Valley's technological innovation and the Sierra Nevada's epic outdoor adventures. Woozy discovered her passion for videography at the young age of seventeen when she got her hands on her first digital camcorder. She moved to San Diego in 2002 and earned a BA in Visual Arts Media at the University of California, San Diego. After graduating magna cum laude, she was determined to combine her passion of art and sport and began her career in San Diego's deeply rooted action sports industry.

Action sports gave Woozy an opportunity to find her life path and identity at a young age thus planting a deep seed of desire to give back to the community and positively grow the culture. She aims to authentically construct the future of action sports for females as well as introduce the culture to young girls around the world and change their lives forever.

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Underexposed is a women's skateboarding documentary directed by Amelia Brodka.

Allysha Bergado and Lizzie Armanto were victorious in women's pro bowl and vert events at the second annual Exposure event. Exposure is an all-female skateboarding event that raises money for Carol's House, a resource for survivors of domestic violence. The event features pro and am vert and bowl contests, as well as learn to skate and yoga clinics.

Filmed by Brian Lynch and Jake Lloyd. Edited by Brian Lynch


Michelle Steilen, also known in the roller derby world as Estro Jen is the owner of Moxi Roller Skates and Moxi Shop. She is a star in the Long Beach roller derby scene and she does a lot to push and promote anything and everything roller skating related. Since we make Rollerbones, our roller derby company, and all the roller derby ladies skate Bones Bearings, we wanted to do something to show support to all the derby ladies who support us. We came up with an idea to do something a little be different and decided to film some stuff at some famous skateboard spots in Los Angeles. We really had no idea how this would turn out. Hope you all enjoy this. - Bones Bearings