The Harmony skateboard company was created in East Anglia, England in 2004 by artist Dave Dixon and filmer Adam Mondon. It offers skateboards, T-shirts, crews, hoods and DVDs, and is part of the Rock Solid family of companies along with brands such as Isle, Primitive Apparel, Stereo and Rastaclat.
Shortly after its birth, The Harmony released its first full-length visual Once Upon A Time, featuring Adam Howe, Danijel Todorovic, Danny Jack, Eddie Belvedere, Jak Pietryga, Joe Gavin, Paul Silvester, Tom Harrison and Veran Tull. Tony Da Silva was a new addition to the amateur team for The Harmony’s second skateboarding film, 2007’s Wolfstadt.
Ali Drummond was welcomed to the team in the lead-up to the release of The Harmony’s now-classic River’s Edge in 2009. Soon after, Pietryga, one of the original members of The Harmony, was turned pro. The 2011 promo Psycho Killers featured Gavin, Pietryga, Drummond and Da Silva, together with Jamie Errington, Taylor Oakley and Pablo Aresu. In 2012, long-time British skateboarding legend Da Silva turned professional, and underground destroyer Dom Henry, originally from Reading but with experience skating all around the world, was also added to the company’s amateur team.
In August 2013, ex-Supernaut rider Will Harmon officially joined The Harmony, resulting in a squad made up of Pietryga, Da Silva, Henry, Harmon, Drummond and newcomer Jeremy Jones. The whole The Harmony team, plus Luka Pinto and James Cruikshank, featured in the 2013 tour video Sledging in Sarajevo, filmed and edited by Cruikshank and Sean Lomax.