Posts Tagged ‘Chris Esposito’

Shields Skate Park Winter 2011

February 7, 2012

“This is my 2nd installment of my Winter filming at Shields Skatepark in Flemington, New Jersey. As you know, during the Winters it can be hard to find appropriate weather to street skate, so we find our home at Shields on many Tuesday and Thursday nights where its ‘rollerblade’ only. Even though I attended nearly 20-25 sessions this Winter, I only picked up the camera 5-6 times. These were classified to be the best tricks I captured during my Winter months. I filmed many people, but unfortunately not everyone made the cut due to song length. Have no fear, there will be plenty more edits in which you can get your chance. Until next time..” – Dan Fabiano.

Featured Skaters: Franco Cammayo, Steve Nichols, Mikey Roman, Jimmy Shuda, Joe Torres, Dan Fabiano, Will Harvey, Mike Hazard, Tim Franken, Shawn Gradilone, Chris Esposito, Ryan Many, Seiichi Daimo, and Wake Schepman.

Filmed & Edited by: Dan Fabiano
Music by: Ratatat – Drugs

Chris Esposito Scribe Industries Support Files

October 16, 2011

“Chris is an unknown legend. He has been skating for nearly 18 years and has more passion for this sport and industry then a majority of the rollerbladers skating today. He is almost 30 years old, with 2 children and works 60 hours a week for Ecko. Chris has the steeze and vocab that most rollerbladers dream of having. If he skated every single day, he would be a house-hold name.

This footage was all filmed in 2010 into the 2011 winter. It was put in a hard-drive and forgotten about, until now. We wanted to help show what Chris was capable of even though he doesn’t get the time to hit the real streets that much” – Scribe.

I Roll NY Clip of the Week #35

August 11, 2010

This week’s C.O.W. takes place in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, NY at the box on 12th street and avenue D. Clip of the Week #35 features local NYC skaters and Tri-State Skate riders. Featuring in order of appearance James Perez, Tim Franken, Alex Ryerson, Steven Perez, Chris Esposito, Pat Bernat, Bobby Reichel, Dan Fabiano, and Chris Dejesus.