Posts Tagged ‘james mandato’

River Ave Classic Crowd Photos

June 8, 2013

If you didn’t make it out to the River Ave Classic competition, you can check out the highlight edit in a previous post. If you did make it, chances are you’re in these photos below. Last weekend was a great turn out where a lot of big names came out to spend the day in the Bronx. See all the crowd photos after the jump.

James Mandato Danger’s Not A Stranger

December 1, 2012

Filmed by Zeke Kubinski. Edited by Lil’ B. Affiliated with Camo Flee.

Long Island Montage

January 26, 2012

Footage from the past year of skating figured it was time to get it out there

Skating from Nick Orena, Alex Karayannis, Fabian Rubio, Julian DiVietro, Bobby Sullivan, Mike (nugget) Fischer, Joey Lunger, James Mandato, Glenn Jersey, Kyle Sola, Billy Meslin

Main camera – Bobby Reichel

additional filmers- Alex Karayannis, Glenn Jersey, Bobby Sullivan, Fabian Rubio

music – common: blue sky

AOR NYC Tour Edit 2

May 21, 2011

Art of Rolling releases it’s second edit of their NYC tour this time focusing the Queens, NY area. Featuring skating from Pat Cardoso, Tim Franken, Sam DeAngelis, Danny Villanueva, Anddy Feliciano, James Mandato, Adonis Taylor, Franco Cammayo, Bobby Reichel, Ryan Many, Paul Imperio and more. Check out the first AOR NYC Tour Edit here.

Long Island Session Photos

April 18, 2011

Shawn Gradilone – AO makio

Photographer Glenn Jersey sends us some photos from a session that went down in Long Island, NY featuring Shawn Gradilone, Nick O’Leary, James Mandato, and Sean Grossman. See all the photos below.

Pier 25 Session Photos

March 15, 2011

Tim Franken – Topsoul transfer back savannah

Saturday, March 12th, there was a huge session held at the Pier 25 skate park where bladers took over the place for the whole day. Skaters from New Jersey, Long Island, Staten Island, Queens, Brooklyn, and the Bronx all came out to session the latest NYC park. Check out all the photos below from the session featuring Adonis Taylor, Franco Cammayo, James Mandato, Matt DeFrance, Modesto Tito, Tim Franken and more. All photos by Craig Benabu.

USD X I Roll NY Contest Winners + Bonus Entry

March 2, 2011

Congratulations to Connor Kenrick the medium prize package winner and Lonnie Pearson the large prize package winner! Thank you to everyone who entered the USD X I Roll NY online edit contest. Every edit was done very well and the skating was great making the judging very difficult, leaving the decision based on technicalities in each category. In the medium category all entries went over the one minute mark but Connor’s was the closest and showed the most determination as his edit was filmed in the snow. In the large category, unfortunately Joseph Lunger’s edit did not feature any promotion for I Roll NY which every other entry managed to include in theirs. Sam DeAngelis’ entry was unfortunately over 2 minutes long and was also a late entry in the contest. Again, thank you to everyone who participated. Check out the bonus entry below by James Mandato. James’ edit was unfortunately sent in 2 days too late for the contest. Stay tuned for the next big contest held by I Roll NY!

James Mandato Somethin’ Light

September 1, 2010

“Unfortunately, this edit is unfinished. Plenty more hammers were planned out to be done, but as you can see in the last clip James’ ankle got pretty messed up so he had to take a break. Even worse timing is that on this break, I’m leaving for college… in 2 hours. So, as much as I’d rather wait and finish this, I’m posting the unedited/finished version of James’ profile” – Dave Fitz.

Long Island, NY Photo Post

May 8, 2010

Check out some photos from a session last Saturday out in Long Island, NY taken by Matt Rencher. A bunch of dudes came out for a really sick day at a couple different spots around the Wantagh and Long Beach areas of Long Island. Skaters include Anthony Soto, Sean Grossman, James Mandato, and Mike Horbatiuk. All photos by Matt Rencher. See all the pics below.

James Mandato After the Storm

March 19, 2010

Well the recent storm that New York had is finally over but some of the aftermath still remains. Trees all over NY were toppled over by the severe rain and winds we had and usually what would be considered a disaster turns out to be a small gift in disguise. “This past weekend New York got pretty messed up from an insane storm. Winds up to 60 mph, roofs came apart, massive trees were torn out the ground… and new skate spots were formed. Check this quick edit out of James Mandato putting some of the storm’s destruction to good use, Enjoy” – Dave Fitzpatrick.