In 2004, artist Dave Dixon and filmer Adam Mondon created The Harmony Skateboards from the deep dark depths of Essex, England. Shortly after its inauguration The Harmony released their first full length visual ‘Once Upon A Time’.
2007 saw the release of The Harmony’s second skateboarding film ‘Wolfstadt’ which featured the addition of Tony da Silva to the amateur team. Ali Drummond was then added to the team in the lead up to The Harmony’s now classic British skateboarding film, ‘River’s Edge’. After its release in 2009 original member of The Harmony, Jak Pietryga, was turned pro.
2012 saw long time British skateboarding legend Tony da Silva turn professional for The Harmony Skateboards along with the addition of long time underground destroyer, Dom Henry, to the amateur team. More recently in August of 2013 ex Supernaut rider Will Harmon officially joined the operation.
Peace and Love to everybody who has been part of crafting the identity of The Harmony past and present.
The Harmony Skateboards final team stood:
Jak Pietryga, Tony da Silva, Dom Henry, Will Harmon, Ali Drummond and Jeremy Jones.