Frankie Decker is an artist, skateboarder and a skilled instructor. He was born in Las Vegas in 1992 and since he could walk his father put him on a skateboard.
Frankie attended the Las Vegas Academy High School and majored in Art. Currently he is sponsored by multiple skateboard companies such as OJ Wheels, Lakai Footwear, and Frog Skateboards.
Frankie is persistent at learning and wanting to teach his natural art and skateboard skills to others. Using his skills he is currently working as an Instructor at Sport-Social, creating art murals at Sport-Social with a Dr. Seuss style twist, and skateboarding everyday for a new skateboard film to be released early 2015.
Q: Tell me how you first got involved in Skateboarding.
A:My dad started to take me skateboarding when I was about 2 years old.
Q: If you could change one thing about skateboarding, what would it be?
A: Skateboarding changes everyday, but only externally. The reason we skate remains the same. Fun.
Q: What is something someone might be surprised to know about you
A: I own all the seasons of The Golden Girls on DVD. No shame, best show ever.
Q: What is something that you feel have strong feeling about that people may not know?
A: Equal rights in marriage and civility among all genders and/or orientation.
Q: What do you do when you are not skateboarding?
A: Working with the kids at Sport-Social and making art. But honestly skateboarding consumes about 90% of my free time.