Flow Team Manager Andrew Mutty Passes The Torch


San Clemente, CA (December 14, 2010) – Andrew Mutty, Flow’s team Manager for the past 6+ years, passes the TM torch to veteran rider/photographer Robbie Sell. Under Mutty’s management, the Flow team has chalked up some monumental results; TWS Best Overall Team in 2005, Antti Autti’s X Games Gold Medal, Scotty Lagos’s Bronze medal in 2010, countless magazine covers, and a series of team videos that document as much of Mutty’s life as the team themselves and their collective accomplishments.

Mutty passes the torch to an eager and highly capable, Robbie Sell who is also a well know entity in the core snowboarding community. Sell, a former pro snowboarder, has spent many years in front of the lens as well as behind it. He has appeared in magazine editorial as well and has had a stand-out roll in videos such as Neoproto amongst others.

Flow recently brought on Drew Satin as its new Video Manager. Satin and Sell have worked together extensively over the years. Their friendship and complementary talents will form the basis for Flow’s new team management, photography, video, multi and social media content collections and production.

This is no small undertaking and they both have big shoes to fill, but these guys are seasoned pro’s and have their own unique character and style to offer to Flow’s program. Flow is an innovative snowboarding brand offering an array of groundbreaking products. Perhaps best known as the originator of the revolutionary “Speed Entry” snowboarding binding category; Flow also offers a comprehensive range of award winning snowboards and snowboarding boots.

Flow has also earned acclaim for its world-class amateur and professional snowboarding teams. Flow’s team riders have topped the podium in many of the world largest competitions, taking gold at the X-Games, Bronze in the 2010 Olympics; and have done so while competing on Flow bindings, boots and board.

Flow continues its mission to provide a better day on the hill through an unrelenting dedication to innovation & defiance of the "status quo"! Drew Satin, Flow Video Manager had this to say about Robbie: “I am totally pumped for Robbie, and I look forward to working with him to continue to cultivate the team program at Flow, to create some amazing visual content, and to continue to showcase one of the sickest snowboarding teams in the world.

“Mutty himself had this to say: “I honestly couldn’t be happier with the choice of both Sell and Satin. I feel like I am leaving the team in good hands. The team riders are familiar with their work and are stoked to be partnering up with guys that are not only action sports professionals, they are also riders. The team is up for the challenge that comes with any change in guard."

Mutty, also commented, “This will be a great year for the Flow brand and the Flow team. I wish them all the best in the future. I cannot thank the team riders, the Flow staff, management, support people any to so many people behind the scenes that helped make my time at the company a success. Thanks for the opportunity, the memories, and for the best six years of my life.”


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