Posts Tagged ‘Pics’

River Avenue Skatepark Session Photos

June 9, 2010

James Macay – Fishbrain

Jose Henriquez – AO Fish

John Ortiz – Negative Makio

James Macay – Farf

Photographer Cesar Macay took a trip out to the new River Avenue skatepark in the Bronx, NY and caught a couple of photos at a recent session featuring James Macay, Jose Henriquez and John Ortiz. Check them out up top. All photos by Cesar Macay.

Josh Diaz ONE Photo Journal #5

April 22, 2010

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Josh Diaz of Psyko Clothing publishes his fifth photo journal on ONE Magazine’s website featuring Dave Ngo at the Redhook ledge in Brooklyn, NY. “Well, it was our first day of spring here in New York, and after fabulous weather during the week, me, Jose Disla, Jon Ortiz, Dave, and a few other New York rollers came out to roll at the Red Hook ledge, which by far is one of the best ledges Brooklyn has to offer. After the guys had been tearing it up for about an hour, I decided to take off my blades and set up my gear. It’d been a few months since I’d shot any photos, and for this I was using the oldest of the old — a Nikon d1 that my wife got for me. Just know that this thing was old… about 10 years old. It was the most difficult thing to get used to. But I made it work out. This is the shot that I love the most from the spot, and I hope you all enjoy it. I should be getting my camera back from the shop soon, so thank god, and my wife. I will be out in Santee in the middle of May, so I’ll see you guys on the West Coast soon” – Josh Diaz.


Sam DeAngelis Photo Post

February 7, 2010

Adonis Taylor – Soul to drop

Sam DeAngelis is a New Jersey photographer who frequents our city. Most recently he visited Roosevelt Island with the likes of Adonis Taylor, Dave Lang, Danny Dags, and Yannes Sootes. Check out all the photos from the session after the jump. Make sure to take a look at all of Sam’s photos on his Flickr page.

Night Photos with Angelo Ferrer

January 14, 2010

Jan Teurlinckx – AO Soul

With winter, not only does the cruel cold weather come but the night time comes as well. Our skating days are darkened by 4:30pm or earlier this time around and reasons not to skate on a daily basis are heard around the city. Earlier in the ’09 year when the cold and darkness first started slowly creeping up on us, Angelo Ferrer took it upon himself to brave the cold and dark season to snap some photos. Taking a different approach than typical skating photography, Angelo plays with exposure and lighting in these exclusive photos for I Roll NY. See all the photos after the jump.

The Truth 2 Premiere Photos

December 20, 2009

The majority of the crowd during the premiere screening.

Friday, December 18th 2009, a crowd gathers in the SOHO area of New York, NY. This isn’t your typical gathering of hipsters or college students who normally patrol the area though. This is something completely different. Groups of kids arrive in front of the St. Patrick Youth Center in beat up clothes and rollerblades on their feet waiting in anticipation in the cold winter weather for the biggest premiere in NYC this year. (more…)

Damian Michalski Photos by Drew Humphrey

December 9, 2009

Damian Michalski is a talented skater who’s trick vocabulary is massive and at the age of 17 he has plenty of time to keep progressing. Myself along with a few others, including photographer Drew Humphrey, are lucky enough to skate with Damian often and he’s impressive to say the least. Drew has captured plenty of photos of Damian and his trick variety and has uploaded some of his best photos of this year wrapping up 2009. Check out all the photos after the jump. All photos by Drew Humphrey. (more…)

Behind The Scenes With John Stephens and Evan Grimball

November 12, 2009

Chris Cofer is always out filming everything that’s going on in NYC and when he’s not filming he’s out taking pictures of everything that’s going on. During one of his sessions, Chris met up with Bronx skaters Evan Grimball and John Stephens and caught some photos of the duo hanging out and warming up before the video camera came out. Check the rest of the behind the scene photos after the jump. All photos by Chris Cofer.

James Macay Photos By: Cesar Macay

August 31, 2009

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James Macay – 360 Topsoul. Photo: Cesar Macay.

Coming out of Queens, NY Cesar Macay features photos of his younger brother James. If you don’t know James Macay by now, he’s the 11 year-old (that’s right eleven!) that’s doing the same tricks and switch ups it took you years to do. James always manages to grab the attention of the audience during our various NYC contests and the pictures featured today show why. At the young age of eleven, James has already been skating for five years. A bench mark that most skaters don’t reach till their late teen years. Check out James’ photos after the jump.

Long Island Photos By: Glenn Jersey

August 21, 2009

Bobby Reichel – BS Royale to BS royale to drop in Photo: Glenn Jersey (Click to enlarge)

Glenn Jersey is a great photographer out of Long Island, NY who’s stepping up and representing his part of New York. About a week ago Glenn sent an email asking why there wasn’t much coverage of Long Island on I Roll NY and I simply answered, no one from LI submitted any content yet. Taking the opportunity that was presented into his own hands, Glenn sent me some amazing pictures all out of the Long Island area showcasing their local spots and talented bladers. Check out Glenn’s sick photos featuring Joey G, Dan Bradham, and Neil Diskin after the jump. I want to say thanks to Glenn for taking advantage of what I Roll NY has to offer. I hope more people follow his lead and i’m sure we’ll see more work from Glenn in the future.

The Legendary Syracuse Gap

August 18, 2009

Adam Setrella 180 attempt (Click to enlarge)

Jeremy Gates, who provided I Roll NY with its first Syracuse coverage, has submitted some more photos from the Syracuse scene. This time featuring a stair set that he’s labeled “legendary.” I only quote “legendary” because I’m not familiar with the upstate NY scene but based on the two photos provided the set looks like it’s deserved the label. “Adam Setrella from Syracuse has been wanting to try this gap for a few years now. this gap is pretty much legendary in Syracuse. we’ve always wanted to see some one try it but no one has. we convinced Adam that he had to try it . Adam is a beast so after 5 minutes of checking out the gap he told us to set up” – Jeremy Gates. Thanks Jeremy for the photos, I hope to see some photos of someone landing the gap soon.