One of my all time favorite skaters because of his sheer will power. Jim has been skating since the 1990s. Rodney Mullen was immediately interested him because he seemed like a "math tech whiz kid skater" or whatever the hell that means. I think what Mullen was saying was that when he first saw him he was landing all kids of super technical flat ground tricks. Which is kinda weird because that's not what he is really known for anymore.
Again, I tried to make this playlist in chronological order in terms of his footage. I always forget that his first real video part was in Zero's Misled Youth. So that's what I started with. Going on we have the Baker series - starting with Baker Bootleg. The Bootleg part is a good look at his early pre-pro years.
My favorite part his Baker 2G. I love the music and the fact that he kills the Wilshire rails.
Next is his Baker 3G parts, including a "lost" part which seems to be a re-edit of some sorts.
Of course I found super old footage from 411 that probably pre-dates the Bootleg footage. Anyway, that's a rare find. You should definitely watch that.
And of course - for dessert is his Epicly Later'd part which is always good stuff.