Posts Tagged ‘Angelo Ferrer’

Frank D’Angelo – RoTTen

January 19, 2014

Profile of Frank D’Angelo filmed and edited by Angelo Ferrer.


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Clip Of The Week 2013 Montage

December 15, 2013

Today marks I Roll NY’s six year anniversary. To celebrate we put together a montage of all the footage from this year’s Clip Of The Week series that was featured on YouTube. A big thanks to everyone who has supported I Roll NY throughout the years and to all the bladers that helped make this montage happen.


Featuring in order of appearance: Joey Lunger, Chauncey Jenkins, Jose Henriquez, Austin Croteau, Franco Cammayo, Angelo Morales, Grant Hazelton, Jordan Baez, Pablo Munoz, Anddy Feliciano, Angelo Ferrer, Fabio Enes, Anthony Lee, Brandon Smith, Erick Rodriguez, Jash Ruiz, James Perez, Sebestian Michalski, Justin Brasco, Alex Ryerson, Jlyn Ortiz, Jon Gillen, and Austin Paz.

Filmed & Edited by: Rob Ford
Additional footage: Craig Benabu, Angelo Ferrer, Kurt Rose, Austin Paz, James Perez, and Drew Humphrey.

One Hour With Sal Zaso & Angelo Ferrer At Ozone Skatepark

August 18, 2013

Quick edit featuring Queen’s finest, Angelo Ferrer and Sal Zaso skating the new Ozone Skatepark.


Brian “Cozmik” Scott Unseen Footage Edit

August 3, 2013

Angelo Ferrer recently uploaded unseen footage of Cozmik while shooting for Art of Rolling magazine in 2009. “This is the last footage taken of the homie. REST IN PEACE FAM. We do this for you.” – Angelo Ferrer.


Clip Of The Week Volume 2 Episode 21

August 2, 2013

When Oil City announced that they will be closing by the end of the week, we decided to have one last Wednesday Night Skate session at the park. As soon as we showed up, I saw Angelo killing the mini and took out the camera to catch him lacing. Make sure to like the video and subscribe to our channel to see all of our videos first.


Angelo Ferrer California Edit 2

June 18, 2013

“I made this edit for my friends and family and as a push to continue dropping tricks at age 27. Not a spring chicken anymore, but I still got some good stuff left to share. Hope y’all enjoy.” – Angelo Ferrer.


Clip Of The Week Volume 2 Episode 6

February 27, 2013

This week we’ve got our first C.O.W. submission. Angelo Ferrer sends in this clip of Washington Heights’ own Pablo Munoz skating the wave rail in Roosevelt Island. Send in your Clip Of The Week to irollny@gmail.com and make sure to subscribe to the Youtube channel to see all the videos first!


Angelo Ferrer California Dreaming

February 5, 2013

“One of the best trips with the best people enjoying the finer things in life” – Angelo Ferrer.


Oil City Wednesday Night Session Photos

November 14, 2012


Jon Gillen – Negative Citric Top Acid.

When Summer dies down and winter arises Oil City skate park is the place to be on Wednesday nights. Before the park was damaged by hurricane Sandy, we managed to get a ton of clips and pics from the Wednesday night sessions. Check out all the photos featuring Alex Ryerson, Angelo Ferrer, Angelo Morales, Danny Figgz, Erick Rodriguez, Franco Cammayo, Jake Rodriguez, James Perez, Jesus Medina, Jon Gillen, Jordan Baez, Moronie, Ryan Many, Sebastian Michalski, and Steven Perez. All photos by I Roll NY staff.
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Brooklyn Banks History via Blading Info

May 31, 2012


Brian Shima – Fishbrain stall. Photo: Drew Amato

“The Brooklyn Banks in New York is one of the most famous spots in the world of extreme sports. Already in the mid 90’s the first generation jumped the stairs and worked on their first grinds. Over the years the spot, which is in front of a huge police station, became a legal street spot and some of the biggest real street events in blading, skateboarding and BMX took place at the banks.

But today the spot is un-skatable since its giving construction crews a staging area for trucks and equipment until 2014 during a four-year renovation of the Brooklyn Bridge. We spoke to some of the NY locals to find out how they feel about the situation…” – Blading.info.” Full articles at Blading.info.

Austin Paz about the Brooklyn Banks What does this spot mean to you?
This is one of the few spots I’ve seen people skating since before i started in the mid-90s. Every time I see or think of the banks, I see history. The Brooklyn Banks is the Madison Square Garden of skating. If you go to MSG, all over the place you can see huge pictures, portraits, and plaques of historical moments in sports that have happened in that arena throughout its existence, I always felt you could do the same thing at the banks.

Here’s Angelo Ferrer (The Art of Rolling) about the Brooklyn Banks. Best memories from the Banks?

One of my personal favorite moments at the Brooklyn Banks occurred when I was young and there was a huge NISS skate competition at south street seaport. I was very young at the time and was lucky to be unsupervised by my parent and joined the mob of skaters that flocked the Brooklyn Banks.
I remember at the time there being skaters from all over the world there. It was my grommet period in skating and I adored how all the pros I looked up to happen to be in one spot at the same time. For whatever reason the Brooklyn banks session stood out more to me than the competition that took place shortly before because everyone was putting in so much energy. It was great to see what normally I would only see on television take place right before my eyes.


Brooklyn Banks Present day. Photo: Ryan Loewy

Would you say it had an influence on your development as a rollerblader? (Franco Cammayo)
I think so. Provided the rugged layout, dirty unforgiving floors and raw obstacles in a place where it was easy to meet bladers from all over the five boroughs I think it embodied NY blading in a nutshell and it shaped my blading in terms of working with what the spot has, making old things into something new, creativity etc.


Would you say it had an influence on your development as a rollerblader? (I Roll NY)

The Brooklyn Banks definitely had an influence on my development as a rollerblader and I think it influenced almost everyone that was lucky enough to skate it. The Banks was one of the premiere spots in New York City to try out new tricks and perfect the ones you already had in your vocabulary. Not to mention it was the spot where all of the big tricks went down during most of NYC’s biggest competitions. The down rail was the perfect setup to get people juiced to try new tricks and when the bigger stair rails were put in, it was time to step it up and see what you could really do. The Brooklyn Banks was about 4-5 different spots all in one location and I think it helped a lot of bladers with their tricks and influenced them to try new ones.

Read the full articles here and here.

Source: http://blading.info