In the Spring of 2013, Daniel Vega partnered with wood working artist, Kaitlyn O'connell and abstract painter, amy harris for a gallery exhibition in The Armory Art Gallery in Blacksburg, Virginia. Vega's contribution to the space had a theme of the unglamorous, yet gracefully crass nature of the skateboarding and snowboard lifestyle in the mediums of video, digital photography presented in various formats ranging from framed prints to prints assembled into basic sculptures, as well as Polaroid captures of digital projections. Vega's work complemented the raw energy and expression of Harris' paintings while bridging the gap to O'connell's woodwork with his use of repurposed shipping pallets and broken skateboard decks.