Posts Tagged ‘Ian Copp’

Nights & Weekends Trailer + Premiere

March 30, 2018

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Following up the success of One For The Road, Mike Torres releases the trailer for, Nights & Weekends, his latest video based in New York City. Just like One For The Road, Nights & Weekends will be having a theatrical premiere at Anthology Film Archives. “The team that brought you One For The Road joined forces again in 2017. Nights & Weekends is a documentation of rollerblading in the streets of NYC, filmed by Mike Torres & Augusto Castillo. This 30 minute video stars Justin Brasco, Augusto Castillo, Mike Torres, Grant Hazelton, Tadd Labozzetta, and Alex Ryerson. It also features Chris Santiago, Ariel Surun, Eddie Chung, Ian Copp, and many other bladers in the NYC scene” – Mike Torres.

Nights & Weekends will premiere at Anthology Film Archives in NYC on 4/14/18, and will be available on Sellfy immediately following the event. To pre-order your tickets to the premiere, visit the eventbrite link.

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Take The 4

July 8, 2016

Featuring skating from Ian Copp, Chantz Powell, Augusto Castillo, and Antonio Lassalle.

Sorry For The Delay

January 26, 2016

Featuring Nate Moore, Klemen Pataniev, Eddie Chung, Mike Torres, Ian Copp, Augusto Castillo, Alex Ryerson, Tadd Labozzetta, Ariel Surun, and Austin Croteau. Filmed / Edited by Augusto Castillo.

Under The…

December 23, 2015

Filmed and edited by Augusto Castillo. Featuring Ian Copp, Tadd Labozzetta, Nate Moore, Edward Chung, Sean Miller, Klemen Pataniev Barbazof, Mike Torres, Austin Croteau, and Chantz K. Powell.

Summer Impressions

September 15, 2015

Featuring skating from Ian Copp, Augusto Castillo, Mike Torres, Alex Ryerson, Tadd Labozzetta, Pablo Porta, Nate Moore, and Sean Miller.

After Hours

July 21, 2015

“All shot between 12am-6am. Featuring: Augusto Castillo, Pablo Munoz, Ian Copp, Austin Croteau, Chris Santiago, and Christian Brito.” – Augusto Castillo.

Bushwick

June 14, 2015

Featuring Kyle Sola, Augusto Castillo, Nate Moore, Sean Miller, Eddie Chung, Mike Torres, Ian Copp, and Edwin Rodriguez.

Jalheads 2015 WNS At Oil City

April 20, 2015

“We had a rough winter in NY this year. Luckily Oil City added a few new “blader friendly” obstacles that made the park 100x better than it was. Needless to say, because of the shitty weather, rollerbladers from all over the tri-state area came out every Wednesday night to blade the park. This is the end result. Thanks to everyone who helped film this piece!” – Sean Grossman. Featuring in order of appearance Chris Dejesus, Zach Anthony, Anthony Marasa, Tokin, Steve Nichols, Zen Grossman, Jal Zaso, Antonio Lassalle, Jordan Baez, Ian Copp, Ozzy Velez, Kris Craig, Mikey Roman, Jesse McEneaney, Phil Weaver, Taylor Kobryn, Tyler Knight, Anthony Marchione, James Kobryn, Frankie Spears, John Doez (Chubbz), Austin Croteau, Camo_Flee, Joey Scannella, Jay Steez, Andy Crack, Ado, Austin Sullivan, Shane Mcgrane, Hector Gonzalez, Mike Torres, Kevin Lebron, Shawn Gradilone, Christie Toledo, Trevor Johnson, Bobby Reichel, Jay Philly, Austin Paz, Chauncey Jenkins, & Sebastian Michalski.

NYC Trip 2011

May 8, 2011

“I edited this in the JFK airport. The at times unsettling pace reflects my surroundings while editing and the general tone of the trip” – Ian Copp.

Ian Copp Photos at McCarren Skatepark

December 29, 2009


Ian Copp – Sweatstance

Photos and story by: Drew Humphrey. “It was a cool autumn day in November, just right for a skate in the park. I called my friend Omar up and we headed over to McCarren skatepark. We were going to meet up with Ian Copp from Tampa, Florida. When we got there the park was flooded with skateboarders and a solo skater. We introduced ourselves and skated around for few. after a while my feet were hurting from my new liners so i though i would set up and take a few pics. I saw Ian try sweat stance on the bank ledge and asked if he would like to try again and lace it for a photo. He thought it would be cool. After a few tries he locked on and landed the sweat stance. Then he went and got a sweet front unity” – Drew Humphrey.


Ian Copp – Unity