|Full name||Beatrice Domond|
Delray Beach, Florida, U.S.A
|Residence||New York City, U.S.A|
Early life & education
Domond grew up in West Palm Beach, Florida. She started skating at the age of 7. As of 2017, she was a film major and studying for a bachelor’s degree at Florida Atlantic University. She is also studying Hebrew.
As a young skater in South Florida, Domond began an email exchange with skateboard filmmaker Bill Strobeck. She began sending him short clips of her skating, which Strobeck started showing to other skaters including Jason Dill. Domond gradually gained a fanbase within a small community of professional skateboarders, mostly based in NYC. Through the support of Jason Dill and Bill Strobeck, Beatrice got on the team at Fucking Awesome Officially (a company founded by Dill).
In 2019, Domond appears in the Boys Of Summer 2 video by Logan Lara.
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