Sunday, December 16, 2012

Think Thank Recognized at Dew Tour

A salute to the video men! Jesse up there in between Absinthe's Justin Hostynek and Standard's Travis Robb.
Thursday night the Dew Tour celebrated its first ever Industry Film Night. History for Think Thank was made when we were invited to accept a recognition award for Mind the Video Man being one of the most "progressive and influential films of the 2012-13 season."

Thank you to all of the riders who toiled so hard all year and for our sponsors who make it all possible. And of course to all the people who take the time to find our videos and watch them. We hope we never let you down.

Thursday was also a big day for as long time Think Thanker, DWD conceiver and all-time badass Sean Genovese, who took home YoBeat's Best Rider of the Year AND Best Video of the year for the DWD Team Video!!!!!!!!!!
Watch the DWD Team Video to see YoBeat's viewer choice Best Rider of the Year IN the Best Video of the Year!! On iTunes an DVD NOW. Own it, watch it, support the arts, and be inspired.

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Primary Parts PART TWO: HEART up on!

Thank you everyone for watching Part One of Primary Parts! I guess enough people liked it that Snowboarder gave us the coveted premium player spot again this week for Part Two: Heart "Working with a little bit less and that's a good thing."

That was a Scott quote when recapping his season with Think Thank. And it cut to the heart of it. ha ha. pun intended.

Jesse likes to call what Think Thank does "recessionary snowboarding." We're lucky to work with riders and filmers and photographers who don't let tight budgets (or no budgets) or lean snow years keep them down! They've got brains for creating and heart to try and try again.

Mostly though, the riders are the heart of the vids. If it wasn't for the riders, there'd be no video at all. At least not a snowboard video.

There's Think Thank in a nutshell. Brain + Heart = Progression through creativity.

Hope you all enjoy Part Two! Watch it here this week!
and feel free to share it with your buddies.

Thanks Brains!
A one on one Video Man to Video Man interview.

Friday, November 30, 2012

Primary Parts Part 1: Brainscience of HAMMERS

There's a certain mindset with most riders who film for Think Thank videos. I like to think of them as guys who think outside of the box. They're released out into the snow, maybe up in the mountains, probably out in the streets more like and then they do something quite unexpected. As someone who gets the chance to watch from behind the lens it's always inspiring.

In Primary Parts, Part One: Brainscience Hammers, takes you through some of the highlight hammers from each of the riders. Their brains are where these tricks originate, it all starts at the imagination of possibility. Check out the video to see what kind of hammers result from this inventiveness.

If you haven't seen Mind the Video Man in its entirety, it's out now on iTunes:
and on DVD.

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Jesse Talks Beresford's "Ransack Rebellion" Part

Full part Friday is back!  And as promised it's not Friday!  It's Sunday night.  We're staying in "Ransack Rebellion" for now, Chris Beresford to be exact.  I was going to go with Chris' part from "Right Brain" but I think his "Ransack" part is better.  That's the thing he's just putting out better and better parts.  I think Claw (that's Bear Claw for those that don't know) is the silent killer of Think Thank.  He's got tricks, he's super creative comes up with crazy ideas all the time and weird spots no other human would session and of course he's got that style.  I'd kill for that style, and it makes stuff look so easy too!  It's his life style too not just his snowboard style, he's mellow and methodical then he's mad and fast, like a bear.  He does things naturally, the way I believe they were intended to be done.

I think this Ransack part is a perfect example of Chris putting all of his abilities out there almost completely equally.  Style, difficulty, gnar, creativity and mellow vibe.  Check it here, then I'll ramble more and you can either hang on and read like it's times of old or "roll out" and go back to the www and click your face off.  Both are fun.

Right off the bat it's Chris session-ing a snow ditch at Snoqualmie.  That stale fish in the ditch is Geno's favorite thing of the whole video.  If you listen carefully you can hear his boot and binding squeak from the tweek.  Boom rhyme!

Squeak from Tweek, Geno's favorite shot, ever.

Beres also bagged the best junk intro with the shout out to his golf skills, only chip shot I've ever seen go down on a snowboard.  Look for more golf-boarding out of him, I've heard plans, funny, awesome plans.....    
Chip shot!  And it's goooooood

The no footers and one footers are always flying in a Beresford part, the daniel-son hippy hop and the spread eagle soap are two of the best ever done.  People would care more if they tried this shit, it's fun but really difficult and frustrating.  I know Roobs filmed the soap boarding shot as well, it was in Mass close to where Chris, Scott, Ross and Granger grew up.  And it's extra dope because he's wearing a hockey jersey.  Grendys, Beres, Forest and myself, we're keeping hockey alive....

Spread Eagle soap slide near Southwick
Chris has a crazy way of generating speed out of nothing, that's why he's an insane mini shredder.  I think he learned it from riding BMX bikes or something.  He can session a mini ramp, forever, on his snowboard, it's weird.  This nose pick on the light pole at Snoqualmie was not mini shred, you had to haul ass and it was super icy.  I had nada on this thing, Hironaka and Chris were killing it and Krugmire was even there.  He ate candy most of the time but got a good shot too.  It seems like every year I convince Chris to come out to Washington around this time, like early March.  And we just kind of hide out at Snoqualmie and do whatever there is in front of us.  Usually we are coming back from Japan or some other exhausting trip and it's sort of like a vacation before we panic to Alaska so we end up mini shredding or hiding in the trees or just riding powder, it's a good time of the year.

Early March up at Qualmie just doing "whatever there is to do"

My favorite thing in Chris' part has to be the wall to pole full loop at Tinas For Days.  I liked it so much I put it in the video three times, Muska style.  The reason I did that is because it looked like three different tricks.  Each angle gave it a new "What the hell was that?" sort of sensation.  I didn't know which "What the hell was that?" sensation was stronger than the others so I just put them all in.  The thing about this was when he caught the pole his tail was way up on the coupling and he just pushes through it like a G.  He pretty much went upside down and did a full loop between a building and a pole with no middle, just air.  Weird stuff made possible by imagination and pallets.

Mid full loop

 Chris got hurt Ransack year as well, he hurt his knee and ended up getting surgery on it.  He hurt it the day Geno filmed his ender for the just released DWD Team Video on that same gap, thing had an icy knuckle. That was a brutal trip to Alaska, worst conditions ever, that's why you'll see no jumps in Chris' part in Ransack, the snow just sucked so bad.  The only dude that got a jump shot that year in Alaska was Sam Hulbert.  He double corked in to a windblown ice pit and landed it, it looks like powder but believe me it wasn't.  The rest of us just jibbed and got weird.  Chris' knee injury on the Geno ender gap was the first day he was there, so he got all of his stuff with a knee that would later need surgery.  That's pretty burly in retrospect.  Commitment.   Another burly thing was this five bro board slide pictured below.  The only thing that would have made that any better would have been my Deeeeeeeeeeeeeeeezin!  And maybe a motivational war speech like in Troy, delivered by My Deezin, of course.

 Enjoy the video part and say hi to Chris if you see him out there, give him a high five and tell him you liked his ________ trick and then buy some Dang Shades from him!  Oh yeah and check out his part in Mind The Video Man!  People in the know say it's his best ever.


Saturday, November 24, 2012

New Think Thank Tees, FINALLY!

T-shirt design by DWD's one and only Sean Genovese
In preparation for Think Thank's 10 year anniversary, we thought it a good time to make some new Think Thank tees to celebrate the occasion. Scott and Sean were both in Seattle for the Downtown Throwdown and got theirs when the t-shirt stork fairy from Imprnt dropped them off. Most of the other riders from the video have also gotten theirs. (If you haven't yet, sorry about that, Pika will get one to you as soon as you email/text/poke/insta-comment/facebook her.)

In celebration of Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday, as well as the recently fallen snow heralding the first turns of the season we decided to make these available to our most loyal fans through Monday 11/26 only.

Since Sean's car got in a giant accident on the way home from opening day at Mt. Baker we also thought this would be a good time to help raise some cashola for him to buy new wheels.
Not so happy ending to an otherwise epic opening day!
 So from now thru Monday if you buy BOTH Mind the Video Man AND the DWD Team video from the store, we'll throw a shirt in with your order. Just leave a comment in Paypal telling us which size and color you desire. These are pretty rad shirts too. Not those stiff, square shirts for our guys. These are soft... supple, American Apparel knock-offs.

So if you want a shirt, this is how they are available for now. Any that are left after Monday will be up on our site as soon as Sean, who's also our webmaster, has sorted out replacing his ride. Thanks brains!

Friday, November 16, 2012

GO to Mountain Creek Red Tail Lodge TONIGHT!

Three banger videos sure to get you hyped for the season will be playing tonight FOR FREE right in Mountain Creek's Red Tail Lodge! Can't get closer to the mountain than that.

Not only is it free, there's going to be a fire pit and beer for you folks who are 21+.

Go have a good ol' time tonight with your buddies... cause' it's FRIDAY NIGHT!

Jesse talks Ransack Rebellion part

"Here is my video part from "Ransack Rebellion" in full on YouTube.  Ransack was an interesting year, a good year, in a lot of ways our best year ever, although the movie didn't get the hype as some of the others it felt like the right message for that time for Think Thank.  The whole rebellion part was cool too because it happened to coincide with the 99% Occupy movement, I think it was a little bit of a collective unconscious thing going on their.  We always liked jibbing junk and doing more with less and the idea that it would be a rebellion against waste, like a rebellion against waisted opportunities, was really fun for me.  Sean and Pika and I had a conversation pretty early on as well about the fact that Brain Farm was going to be coming out with Art of Flight at the same time and we knew they pretty much had a monopoly on epic jaw dropping scenery, cinematography, and next level backcountry riding.  Basically they had a lock on "beautiful".  So we wanted to have a lock on "ugly".  We open the movie with smoke stacks and a rainy garbage dump in blown out black and white with some extra grain.  That sort of set the pace.  It was fun as well making a movie that wasn't supposed to bright and happy and orange and cones and "fun".  It was like no, we're rebelling, against garbage and against what we have become comfortable being.  Now, what comes to life at the end is never all you hoped in the beginning, but I was happy to say that Ransack from tip to tail achieved the aesthetic mood we were hoping for.

As for my part it was a good year, in retrospect maybe will be marked as "the last year of the one footers" for me because I got very hurt that summer doing one and still as of this moment haven't tried another almost a year and a half later.  There were a couple of things in Ransack that I had been working on for a few years that only got done right for this part.  Like the cab 5 fastplant indy.  People liked that a lot, but I had actually done that trick in the previous three video parts, just not with a grab and not as solid.  It goes to show how much doing a thing right makes a difference in communicating the radness to people.  Also the hippy hop to stairs, I was stoked on that because I had wanted it for years and because I was wearing an Austen Granger Has a Posse tee shirt when I did it.  Anyways check it out:

Another thing I'm remembering about this was it was when the movie Black Swan came out and I watched it on the plane on my way up to Alaska for our spring session.  In the movie Natalie Portman's character actually (SPOILER ALERT!!!) has to kill herself to achieve where she want's to be artistically as a dancer.  Not physically as a dancer but where her head needed to be, the emotions that her dancing could communicate only after she took it to a very dark place.  She was all in.  This idea resonates with any snowboarder filming a video part.  So on the plane I came up with the idea of going "Black Swan" on the trip.  It worked for a bit, I got myself out of my comfort zone.  I filmed the picnic table half cab wheelie bs 3 over the dirt gap, the double one footers on the oil tanks and the opening shot on the red curb, the weird triple line one footer beres nose press thing.  Then the ugly side of "Black Swan" reared it's head when I tried to bs 3 one foot over the foundation gap (it's been in some movies, you'd know it if you saw it).  I had it so good but the snow there is super shitty and crystalized, like little miniature ice cubes, and it's extra slippy stuff on your board.  My foot slipped off and I did the splits and my knee (patela) dislocated and I ripped my snow pants in half.  My knee went right back in but it was a rude awakening, Swan style has consequences. It came back quick but not all the way I think.  The next trick I filmed was only like three days later it was a line up in the junk yard by my house and Mertz shot what would later be a Freerun Magazine cover and due to my Cobra Dogs hoody earn me "don't let this guy pay!" status.  I filmed the rest of the season and got close to that Swan feeling but never quite locked it again.  Oh well maybe this year I'll be able to bring that Swan back!

I want to write more stories about Think Thank parts, this is pretty fun.  The internet!  It's good for stuff!"  

Jesse Burtner

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

MATI-GNAR! Thursday, NOV. 8th

Get your buddies, pile in the mini van like Sean Lucey and head to one of these ZUMIEZ locations this Thursday, NOV. 8th to watch Mind the Video Man! Lib Tech and Arnette have thrown down a board and a pair of goggles to all 11 stops! There will be snacks, prizes and a raffle for the board and goggles. Buying your own DVD of Mind the Video Man will get you an extra raffle ticket to increase your chances!

A van-load of riders from the video will be making a special appearance at the Layton Hills Mall in UTAH so get there early to have them sign your face!

Saturday, November 3, 2012

Win a 12/13 Burtner Box Scratcher!!!

Lib Tech wants to eat your brains!!!!! Why fight em? Join em! Do like Zomburtner here, dress up as a zombie, maybe even your favorite Burtner Box Scratcher zombie and post it here on Lib Tech's Facebook page Do this by November 5th and you'll have a chance to win one of these to conquer the living this winter on!
For more details:

Friday, November 2, 2012

Pittsburgh, PA Premiere, SATURDAY 11/3

Peak Ski and Snowboard Center is bringing Mind the Video Man to PITTSBURGH, PA Saturday night! There will be lots of product from Lib Tech, Flow, Arbor as well as music, a raffle and lots of cheers with beers for those of you over 21.
The haps:

Saturday, November 3rd
The Wheel Mill
6815 Hamilton Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15208
Doors open at 7pm
$10 general admission
(bar for 21+)

Monday, October 22, 2012

Mt. Baker Film Fest: Thursday 10/25

Mt. Baker Film Fest is this Thursday, October 25th at the Mt. Baker Theater in Pika's hometown, Bellingham, WA. Jesse put together a hammer edit special for the night.
Doors open at 6pm
Movies start at 7pm
$8 Advance/$10 At the Door
Free to 2012-13 Mt. Baker Season's Pass Holders between 6 and 7 pm day of the show!
Advanced tickets available at the Mt. Baker Ski Area Business Office or Mt. Baker Theater.

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Video Man Heading to Sacramento Friday, 10/19!

Come out to Ace of Spades Friday night in Sacramento, CA and hang out with Lib Tech's Jesse Burtner and Flow/Arnette rider Nial Romanek.

Here's the poster from Ground Zero, the hosts of this fine event. There will be some kind of "Bucking Snowboard" there where you can win prizes. I'm not going to lie, my curiosity if piqued. I may have to try it, better wear some jeggings.

Advanced tickets are on sale at all Ground Zero shops:
Ground Zero Boardshop
225 G St
Davis, CA 95616
Ground Zero Boardshop
1801 Taylor Rd
Roseville, CA 95661
Ground Zero Boardshop
1632 Howe Ave
Sacramento, CA 95825
Ground Zero Boardshop
3642 North Freeway Blvd

Sacramento, CA 95834

and also online at:

Monday, October 15, 2012

Thanks Spokane and Spread the Shred!

Spread The Shred beckoned us to Spokane, WA Saturday making the 4 1/2 hour drive fly by. Spokane is a special place really, a large city with a small-town feel and a close-knit snowboard community. Several local ski-hills including Mt. Spokane, Lookout and 49 Degrees North donated a ton of day passes and even a couple of season's passes to the raffle and kids were stoked! 

Thanks for everyone who came out to Spread the Shred and support SOS! Sponsors came out in full force to support the cause and I hope everyone left with a little something to take home.
 The DWD Team Video started the night off! The Garland Theater's sounds system proved plenty capable off handling the upbeat soundtrack. The energy from the crowd was amazing, even the surliest Canadians would have been heart-warmed. Mind the Video Man closed the night off and we were truly moved by the reception from the crowd and felt like we had some long-time supporters in the audience. Spokane seems like our kind of town, and we'll be back next year for sure!

Jesse with the Lib Tech Burtner Box Scratcher 151 Raffle Winner!

Big thank you's to Zachary and Martin for putting on one awesome show, even cutting snowflakes and carving pumpkins to make the night extra special. Also thanks to Frequency, Snowboarder, Lib Tech, Arbor, ThirtyTwo, all of the local shops that came to show their support, SOS, and most of all the nicest most down-to-earth rippers who make Spokane one of my favorite new places to visit!

Monday, October 8, 2012

SLC/Reno/Spokane THIS WEEK!

The Video Man is on the move! He's been to Denver, Burlington, Vancouver, Duluth, Minneapolis, had 2 sold out shows in Los Angeles, 1 sold out show in Seattle, and is now turning up the heat and making appearances in SLC, Reno and Spokane this week!

Salt Lake City is going down THURSDAY night at Spidelli's. Bundy has the night off so is going to get loose right along side of you. I had the honor of seeing him dance it up at the Downtown Throwdown afterparty in Seattle last weekend and it was quite a treat.

As SLC is home to so many Think Thankers and Dinos don't be surprised to see Beresford, Stevens, Hammid, Sean Black, Ross, Sean Lucey, Bogart in the melee'.

A Think Thank/DWD premiere wouldn't be complete without a board to win and Lib Tech has graciously supplied SLC with a Burtner Box Scratcher for one lucky jibber who either eats enough pizza slices to earn raffle tickets or buys them for a buck apiece.

RENO is going down FRIDAY night at Freight House. Eternal Snow does it up big, and with Givin's ToO and the DWD Team Video premiering with Mind the Video Man you will bear witness to a whole smorgashboard of rail riding and freestyle moves.

Newcomer Nial Romanek will be on the scene along with DWD's Ben Bogart, so treat them to a beer and a high five or two if you see them.

Last but not least is the 4th annual SPREAD THE SHRED in SPOKANE, WA Saturday night at The Garland Theater. Jesse and I have always wanted to personally attend, and finally this year, we're going to make it a road trip and drive over from Seattle for the event. Spread the Shred is a benefit for SOS (Snowboard Outreach Society) that helps gets at risk youth out onto the hill. It's a good cause folks!

Friday, September 28, 2012

SEATTLE 21+ Think Thank/DWD show SOLD OUT

ALL - Ages doors open at 6pm, videos start at 7pm sharp!

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Seattle Premiere Friday 9/28!!

Hometown premiere Friday night!!! We love our snowboard community here in the Northwest, and are excited about celebrating the start of another season with Think Thank's 9th video Man the Video Man, and the highly anticipated Dinosaurs Will Die Team Video! The Service Board is going to be in on the excitement with a silent auction.
The raffle prizes are insane! Lib Tech, K2, Bataleon and ThirtyTwo have all contributed boards, and Pow, Frequency and Snowboarder have donated goods as well.
The list of riders attending is stacked! Chris Beresford, Jesse Burtner, Golden Reels Award Winner Jaeger Bailey, McCarthy, Sean Genovese, Chis Larson and the whole dino crew are all going to be partying it up with everyone!
The Piranha Shop is a new location for us, and we're doing it up special for you all!

There will be 2 shows:
All-Ages doors open at 6pm
21+ doors open at 9pm
$5 Advanced tickets are available at Snocon
$10 at the door

The Piranha Shop
1022 1st Ave. S
(1 block north of Safeco Field)

Monday, September 24, 2012

Vancouver BC Premiere Tonight: 9/24! Double Feature!

Vancouver BC Premiere PARTAYYYYY Tonight! The Video Man is proud to be apart of the DWD Team video WORLD PREMIERE !!
The Rio Theater
1660 East Broadway
$5 at the door
There will be 2 shows:
All-ages doors open at 6:30pm
19+ doors open at 8pm

The Dino team will be there will lots of goods to give away!

Saturday, September 22, 2012

Think Thank's Jaeger Bailey: Golden Reels Award Winner!

Jaeger Bailey wins "Best Newcomer" at the Golden Reels Award Ceremony! Congratulations Jaeger!!
Judges: Peter Line, Ingemar Backman, Eddie Wall and Nico Droz previewed all 30 videos in the Festival ranging from Standard, Absinthe and Burton to Think Thank, Givin, Videograss, Pirates, Volcom, TGR and narrowed the Best Newcomers down to: Nils Ardvisson from Standard, Victor De Le Rue from Standard and Jaeger Bailey from Think Thank! All super deserving and showing just what an honor this was! You earned it Jaeger!
We're wishing Jaeger luck at Hot Dogs and Handrails this weekend. We'll see him at the Mind the Video Man premiere in Seattle on Friday where we'll crack some champagne and give him his Golden Reels Award and prizes!

Friday, September 21, 2012

Duluth, MN TONIGHT! Minneapolis SATURDAY night!

Give Nial a big shout out tonight in Duluth! It's all going down at Zinema 2 Theater. Tix are only $5. Doors open at 8:30pm. There's an afterparty for those folks over 21.

Tomorrow night, Nial heads to Minneapolis for another night of E-Gal Eye and Think Thank viewing. Flow, Lib Tech, Snowboarder Magazine, Damage, Youth Shelter Supply and others are supporting this event with goodies to bring home other than the warm fuzzy feeling you should get deep down from watching the videos. #headnod.
St. Anthony Main Theater

Monday, September 17, 2012

Thanks Denver!

Thank you Denver! You braved the rain, you took Instagrams galore, and you made Bundy, Hammid and Lucey feel right at home. Lucey was #whitegirldrunk. Hammid now loves dub step and hemp necklaces. As for Bundy, well, last we saw him, he was long-boarding to a Dave's Matthews concert.

Instagram winner will be unveiled 9/19 so stay tuned!

Big thanks to Adam at Snowboard Colorado, Tony from Arbor, Mervin and the Rockies crew, Robbie from Arnette, POW, and everyone for coming out and celebrating with us!

Mind the Video Man!!!!!

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Burlington, VT Premiere tonight!! 9/13/12

Burlington, VT Premiere is tonight! Brandon Reis and Sam Hulbert and the man who shot the cover of the video himself, Aaron Blatt are speeding/flying/rocketing their way to Burlington as we speak and will be there to celebrate with you all, and raffle off a brand spanking new Flow board!
Merrill's Roxy Cinema
7pm | $5 at the door
After party at Manhattan's Pizza for some 1$ Pizza (w/Ticket).

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

All Instagrams from tonight's premiere hash-tagging #mindthevideoman will get entered into a contest. Once all of the grams are in (by 9/19) Sean Black will pick his favorite and the winner will receive a box-set of all 9 Think Thank videos!

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Denver Premiere Wednesday night!

Sean Lucey bought a van especially for the Denver premiere tomorrow (Wed.) night.
Lucey, Hammid, Sean Black and Ted Borland are journeying from SLC and rolling in for the big night!
Join them!
Summit Music Hall
$10 at the door or in advance at:

Sunday, September 9, 2012

Hammid Think Tube on

Hammid demolishes spots in this Think Tube on 

meet Hammid at the Denver premier of Mind The Video Man this wednesday!

Denver Mind The Video Man party!

Denver!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Mind The Video Man!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Bundy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The Face!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Buff Moose!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Lawsuit!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

here's the facebook event page

Giving away a Lib Tech Burtner Box Scratcher 151 
and a crap load more stuff.
Need we say more?

Friday, September 7, 2012

Video Man is heading to Denver! 9/12/12

Mind the Video Man, along with Brandon Hammid, Sean Black, Ted Borland and Sean Lucey are on their way to Denver, Colorado! This one is going to be epic: peeps, prizes, music, pros; a colossal celebration of snowboarding. Think Thank is going to be representing to meet and greet, hand out prizes and give out a few autographed copies of the video. Arbor, Lib Tech, Flow, Pow and more have all been gracious enough to send some goodies, including a board or two!
$10 at the door and online
Advanced tickets are available online from Summit Music Hall at:
Wednesday, September 12th at Summit Music Hall
All-ages are welcome, bar for 21+.

Thanks AK!

Mind the Video Man premiere at Wilda Marsten Theater 9/4/12

Thanks Anchorage for braving the great windstorm of 2012 and packing the theater for the kick-off of the Mind the Video Man tour. Glad we finished up before the lights in all of Anchorage went out. After the show we met at F Street for some libations when street lights started to flutter, and soon the whole block was blacked out. Soon, we were drinking by iPhone light as even F Street's power went out. Winter is coming to Alaska. A huge thanks to Travis and Caroline at zAK's Boardroom for all of their help, Flow, POW and Snowboarder Magazine for sending swag for the kids, Jesse Cross and Ted Kim, Sean Genovese who flew out to surprise everyone with the insanely awesome DWD Team video and a Ben Bogart pro-model board to raffle which Brady Farr won.

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Mind the Video Man Tour Starts tonight in Anchorage, AK

First official stop of the Mind the Video Man tour starts tonight, Sept. 4th, in Anchorage, AK! There will be a handful of surprise guests and prizes courtesy of zAK's Boardroom, Snowboarder Magazine, Flow and POW gloves. There will also be a surprise raffle by a surprise Canadian who flew in yesterday to peep surprises from another video that we've all been waiting to see, including the Video Man. There are limited seats, so buy your ticket in advance at zAK's in Anchorage today!

DOORS open at 6pm sharp
$5 at door or at zAK's in advance
Wilda Marston Theater - Loussac Library

Thursday, August 9, 2012

New Think Tube with @_the_face_ on @snowboardermag #mindthevideoman

The Face on Think Tube

In the A-team The Face was a light hearted prankster/pretty boy/con man.  In Mind The Video man The Face is Sean Black; a light hearted, cell phone losing, panic attack having snowboarder who will jump down anything.  Check his Think Tube!

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

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