“I first met Jacsen in September at the Overtime Battle Under The Bridge LES skate event. His skating immediately stood out as strong for a guy his size. Jacsen’s dad was skating a YoFace 35″ so we clicked having the Bustin brand in common.
I started following Jacsen’s skating through his active Instagram account. The second him and his dad expressed interest in our flow program I was all over it.
Jacsen, Curren Atterbury, and Luca Zeolla are all part of Bustin’s increasing commitment to invest in future generations. Stay tuned for more updates on this unique component of our team”
– Rob Rodrigues
What inspired you to start skating?
I thought it looked like a lot of fun when I saw kids skating at the park. Then on YouTube I saw Chopper from the Osaka Daggers and thought I want to skate like that guy, no rules.
What is you current set-up?
139 mm Independent hollow trucks
55 mm OJ wheels 101a
Triple 8 helmet
What do you do when you’re not skating?
I go to school, swim and play video games every once in a while
Do you have a favorite trick?
Fakie to Fakie Disco Flip on a bank or quarter
Crunchy Cheetos or Puffs?
Cheetos all day
Where is your favorite place to skate?
Locally my favorite street spot is Hanover square, it looks really cool and the bricks make it tricky. My favorite local park is Black Mamba, it’s indoors and the people there are always really nice. To travel, FDR is fun and so is LES oh yeah and Heaven in CT.
What was your first board?
Birdhouse Tony Hawk 7.75 that I covered in stickers.
In your opinion, what does it mean to “Skate Everything”?
Skate whatever you want, however you want, on whatever you want, no limits.