Harold Hunter


    Hunter was born in New York City and grew up in a housing project in the East Village with his two brothers.[2][3] He became associated with a skate crew that hung out near Tompkins Square Park and Washington Square Park and was first sponsored by local skate shop “Skate NYC”.

    Hunter first came to public attention in 1989 in a Thrasher magazine photo essay photographed by Charlie Samuels[4] about the New York City skateboard scene. A goofy-footed skateboarder, Hunter was sponsored most notably by Zoo York.[5] Later on he started Rock Star Bearings Co