For our I, Photographer videos, we typically choose a scenic location, like NYC's now-iconic Highline or a beautiful beach. Skateboard and commercial photographer Jonathan Mehring, however, had something a little different in mind for his session. We met in Willet's Point, Queens, in New York City. It's an industrial neighborhood often referred to as The Iron Triangle, sitting in the shadow of the newly-built Citi Field, home of the New York Mets. There were piles of rubble, trash, and a surprising number of broken windshields strewn about the ground. Against one of the fences was a lump of concrete just above knee-height, which was to be the skate spot for the shoot. It was dangerously close to some razor wire that needed to be pushed back with a stick. It was an amazing spot for a skate photo.