|Full name||Beatrice Domond|
|Born||January 7, 1995|
Miami, Florida, U.S.
Early life and education
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 Fucking Awesome's skate team. Beatrice received her first box from FA in September, 2013. In May 2018, Dill officially put Beatrice on the FA team as a sponsored amateur.
In 2014, Domond performed a trick, a no-comply impossible, in the Supreme 'cherry' video by Bill Strobeck. The following year in 2015, Domond made the list of 5 young female skaters to watch out for by I-D Magazine. She was listed alongside Allysha Bergado, Alana Smith, Anne-Sophie Julien, and Leo Baker.
In 2019, she appeared in the Boys Of Summer 2 video by Logan Lara. She appeared in the 2019 Supreme video CANDYLAND directed by William Strobeck. Domond's tricks follow Cher Strauberry's appearance in the video.
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- "Thom Browne Reimagines the Golf Uniform with New Capsule Collection". GUILD MAGAZINE. October 31, 2018.
- "Boys Of Summer 2 skate video soundtrack - Video by Logan Lara". www.skatevideosite.com. Retrieved March 15, 2019.
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