Posts Tagged ‘trevor johnson’

NYSS Astoria Jam Session Results

April 27, 2016


NYSS Astoria Jam Winners

Sunday, April 24th the New York Skate Series kicked off their 2016 season with a jam session at the Astoria skatepark sponsored by Rollerblade. There was a great turnout and it was a great way to bring in the good weather and reunite with the friends we haven’t seen in a while.


First place winner Augusto Castillo – X Grind

As the competition portion of the jam session came to an end, the judges had a tough decision separating first and second place, but a decision was made and Augusto Castillo came out on top, taking first place. Augusto won a voucher for a free pair of Rollerblade brand skates along with prize money. Joey Lunger and Trevor Johnson followed Augusto taking 2nd and 3rd place with Rollerblade soft goods, frames, and prize money. Check out our photo coverage below and see all the photos on the NYSS Facebook page.

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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.

Big Apple Blade Full Video

February 11, 2015

“A New York blade video released in 2014. Shooting was from summer 2012- fall 2014. Video features blading from Trevor Johnson, Shawn Gradilone, Chris Murphy, Chauncey Jenkins, Sean Grossman, Sal Zaso, and many others” – Sean Grossman.

I Roll NY Presents: Winter Madness 2

December 9, 2014

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The Winter Madness 2 competition went down on Friday, December 5th at Oil City skatepark in Long Island, NY. Talented skaters from all over the East Coast came and threw down hammers throughout the night. Featuring: Chris Santiago, Dylan Hopp, Chris DeJesus, David Hartnett, James Perez, Pablo Munoz, Tim Franken, Stefan Brandow, Trevor Johnson, and Jared Green.

Jalheads Online Team Video

September 5, 2014

“The first official edit of the Jalheads blade crew coming out of NY. Stay tuned for more content!” – Sean Grossman. Featuring Sal Zaso, Austin Sullivan, Shawn Gradilone, Brian Tokin, Sean Grossman, Trevor Johnson, and many more New York bladers.

Maktub Online Video From The Kobryn Brothers

June 13, 2014

The Kobryn brothers and Joey Lunger just released a new online video featuring the best from the East Coast including New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania bladers. Featuring profiles on Joey Lunger, Jimmy Kobryn, Taylor Kobryn, Matt Capacete, Nick Fatato, and Trevor Johnson.


Don’t Sit On Bleachers 2

March 12, 2014

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The follow up to the smash hit, Don’t Sit On Bleachers. Featuring Austin Croteau, Trevor Johnson, James Perez, and Sebastian Michalski. Filmed and edited by Swank Sinatra.


Bonus Instagram Clips

The Big Apple Interview

February 13, 2014

seangrossmanAll photos provided by Andoni DeSoto.

OK, so let’s get the most important question out the way. Why should people buy this video?

Sean Grossman: Well we aren’t professionals or big names, but we all have a passion for blading and this video definitely portrays it. It’s the first video to come directly out of New York in years and I feel it really defines our scene today. BAB has a very old school skate video feel. I chose to focus less on filming b-roll and lifestyles, and more on the skating. The thing I like the most about the video is that each section is completely different than the next. Each skater has a completely different style and trick vocabulary to offer. This brings so much variation into the video, making it something that every rollerblader can enjoy.

What made you want to make a video in the first place?

I’ve been filming skating since I was around 16 years-old. I always went out to skate / film but never released anything until I taught myself how to edit. I originally wanted to make a skate video entitled Peep Game, which featured Trevor Johnson, me, Chris Murphy, and some others. For some reason the video became a few online edits that went on rollernews for a day and then people probably forgot about it. After Peep Game I bought a new camera for a steal and began going out and filming again. I wanted to make another online deal but realized after all these years I’d rather make a DVD so I can have something physical to look back on when I get older. Online edits are cool, but I didn’t want to see my work get lost in cyberspace again. Big Apple Blade is pretty much what Peep Game was supposed to be, but something far beyond my original intent.

Who are your favorite rollerblading filmers and editors?

Definitely Amir Amadi, Brandon Negrete (RIP), Carl Sturgess, Sean Kelso, and Ivan Narez. I’d have to admit these dudes influence my work a lot.

With people straying away from DVD’s, including some of the guys you mentioned, releasing free online videos and pay per view / download videos what made you want to release a DVD?

Owning a physical DVD is much more exciting than a digital file. I love to have a case with cover artwork, and a disc that I can play anytime. I have a huge collection of skate videos and I always watch them. They allow you to reminisce on the excitement you had when you first put them in your DVD player and hit play. Clicking a file and watching it on my computer doesn’t do justice. That’s why I decided on doing a DVD.
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Big Apple Blade Plazas Montage

January 4, 2014

Footage from skate parks/plazas all over New York City/Long Island. Big Apple Blade Coming Real Soon! Featuring Sal Zaso, Jesus Medina, Christian Delfino, Joey Lunger, Chauncey Jenkins, Taylor Kobryn, Casey Wilson, Bobby Reichel, Austin Sullivan, Paul Cortez, Jeremy Arkin, Pat Bernat, Doug Cupo, Trevor Johnson and more.


Go 4th 2013 Official Trailer 2

December 20, 2013

“Just Live Productions Presents The Fourth Installment to the Rollerblading Film Collection…Go 4th is a Film Based out of New York City & South Florida Starring Full Length Profiles on Alex Nunez,Chris Burns,Max Rensen & Thomas LiPani…Also including a montage & NYC Section Featuring Mini Views on…Blake Taylor, Franco Cammayo, Joe Lee, Raven Guerra, Austin Paz, Yasmany Castro Martin, Jon Fromm, Jesus Medina, Sal Zaso, Sean Grossman, Cassandra Condon, Chauncy Jenkins, Anthony Soto, Bobby Reichel, Frank D’Angelo, Chris Murphy, Viktor Correlli, Jeremy Arkin, Steve Cortez, James Perez, Danny Figgz, Trevor Johnson & Many More. Alex Nunez’s legacy lives on in this film…Go 4th is a film Dedicated to Alex Nunez RIP 11/20/84 – 7/16/13” – Thomas Lipani