Posts Tagged ‘Scribe’

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.

Sam DeAngelis Scribe Photographer Profile

May 29, 2011

“Scribe Industries presents a profile of our photographer/videographer and media assistant. Sam is usually stuck behind the cameras so he doesn’t get to skate or show his talents on his rollerblades as much as he would like. This is just a taste of what Sam was able to capture over the last year while other people picked up the camera while Sam was blading. Enjoy!” – Scribe Industries.

Tim Franken Scribe Edit + Article

May 27, 2011

“The New York City scene has recently lost an asset but at the same time the San Diego gained one. Born and raised in Belleville, NJ, Tim Franken has been blading for about eleven years. As a young athlete looking for new opportunities, Franken saw the chance to move out to California with his brother in order to pursue his real passion in life: Rollerblading” – Be-Mag.

This is Tim Franken’s Scribe Industries Online Profile and last tricks filmed in New York City. So I called Tim Franken up for an exclusive interview with Be-Mag. “I also moved because of the weather… Skating seven months a year indoors with terrible skate parks wasn’t working out when trying to pursue this as a career.” Franken then went on to explain how he has a strong love for New York City and New Jersey that this will never change. He simply wanted to expand his horizons and search for new opportunities. “New York City is always going to be my home. A place to go back to… Where I feel welcomed.” Read the rest of the article on Be-Mag.