I first got the idea for Evil Pebble during quarantine while rediscovering my love for skateboarding and the community that surrounds it. I wanted to make something that was new and exciting that would bring people together around their own experiences. The idea was to give people another way to express themselves following the creative outlet skating gives them. I love the community so much because it gives the opportunity to come together in a very inclusive and non-bias place where one can be whoever they want and challenge themselves to get better.

My name is Griffin Uhl and I’m a graduate of the class of 2020 living in Los Angeles who enjoys spending my time out skateboarding with my friends, talking to people and spending time chilling in nature. I started skating back in Snowmass, Colorado when I was a kid but left it behind after moving to Boston and learning parkour for two years before spending my time in high school dedicated to the football team year round to become a captain. During my senior year Covid-19 ended my time in high school in March of 2020 leaving me and my friends with a lot of free time. It was during this time I found my love for skateboarding spending that free time getting back into the sport and practicing almost every day.