What does it take to be the number-fourteen yo-yo player in the country? Everything you’ve got—and more.
By Matt Skoufalos | April 1, 2020
In 2018, we asked a few people to think about themselves in the past tense.
We asked them about things they’ve done and put behind them; things with which they no longer relate in the same way. Then we asked them what’s different now. We’re calling it “Things That I Used to Do.”
The second story in the series comes from Cherry Hill resident Jesse Reim, who at one point was ranked America’s fourteenth-best yo-yo player. Djimon Winston edited the story together, and Sabrina Coppola (who also made the project logo!) was the assistant director.
Hope you enjoy it. If you want to tell a story about the things you used to do, drop us a line.
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