The Next New Wave is diverse, filled with gifted skaters and taste making visionaries with personal stories and unique motivations driving them. Their common denominator is progression. In the case of Matt Fisher, there's a more broadly-defined progression of being a dad: a variety of day-to-day responsibilities, the career juggling and obligation fulfilling that comes with supporting his family. The man has dependents, and he's successfully sustaining an enriching work-life balance. At 27, he's one of the raddest rad dads we've ever seen. He makes time to practice and he still gets radder every year, rearing his child and sometimes bruising his rear.