Skater Girl Inspiration in 8x10.

Saturday, November 15, 2014



 All photos Joanne Barratt

When I was growing up,  I used to cut any photo I saw of a girl skateboarding out of Skateboarder Magazine and tape it on my bedroom wall. The pictures were usually less than a quarter page but I loved knowing there were other girls out there just like me who skated.

That's all changed for the better. There are so many girls shredding, and almost all of them were at Exposure Skate this past weekend. And the best part is, photographer Joanne Barratt had an amazing photo booth set up and captured these rad girls in gorgeous black & white prints.

Now you can get a 8x10 picture of your daughter (or son's!) favorite skater for her/his bedroom wall,  or if one of these shots is of you, or your own daughter, then how about a print for your mom, dad, aunts, uncles or grandparents for the holidays?

If you would like to purchase a high resolution version for personal use or an 8x10 print of any of the images , they are $25 each (plus tax and shipping on prints) and HALF of that goes back to start funding the next EXPOSURE event!

You can see all the images HERE  & you can email Joanne directly @joanne@islandstyleimages.com about any images you'd like to order. 

Please note:  If you would like to use any of these images for commercial use (your business, your sponsors business, your neighbors business, your dog's business etc… ) then please contact Joanne directly via phone or email to discuss a usage agreement !

Joanne's  Photo Booth is available for other events so keep her in mind of you know of something fun that could use it!


Thanks again for your continued support of all of the girls who love skateboarding!

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  2. weren't there only 50 girls there? yes thats a ton and its awesome! but for the article to say that "there are so many girls shredding and almost all of them were at exposure" isn't very true. there are TONS more girls that skate than 50, not anywhere close to all of the girls that skate were there. there are tons of girls that skate now and its not fair to them to say that the 50 girls that got to compete in exposure are almost all of them.

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    1. Sorry Bobby - you are absolutely right - what we were referring to was the girls who compete at most major events in the USA and we should have made that clear We did miss Alana Smith, Karen Jonz and some others both amateur and pro. Thanks for your comment and pointing this out. The girls skate scene really is growing fast and we love that people are aware of that! Have a great Monday!

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  3. weren't there only 50 girls there? yes thats a ton and its awesome! but for the article to say that "there are so many girls shredding and almost all of them were at exposure" isn't very true. there are TONS more girls that skate than 50, not anywhere close to all of the girls that skate were there. there are tons of girls that skate now and its not fair to them to say that the 50 girls that got to compete in exposure are almost all of them.

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