Volcom Snow’s “IP2” part 5: Dylan Alito

http://snow.volcom.com

Dylan Alito’s break out video part for Volcom’s #IP2.

Directed, Filmed, and Edited By:
Pat Barraza

Guest Snowboarders:
Zach Rawles
Michael Wick
Brandon Hobush

Additional Filming:
Rob Balding
Harry Hagan
Seth Huot
Justin Turkowski
Daniel Brown
Dan Brisse
Kristofer Fahlgren

Music:
Andre Nickatina
“Nino Did The Cartah”
Conversation With A Devil

Sir Callahan
Last Members ((“))
Lastmembersmusic@gmail.com

#IP2 INFO:
IP2 stands for “Individually Produced Parts” . Whereas, each rider has 100% control of the direction, action and content collected to produce their own part for Volcom’s 2012 Snow project. We identified the riding characteristics of our team, matched them up with a videographer and gave them the green light. We are excited to share their personalities, travel experiences and shit they pulled off this past season.

#IP2 Riders:
Curtis Ciszek
Jamie Lynn
Dan Brisse
Dylan Alito
Bjorn Leines
Scott Blum
Zac Marben
Bryan Iguchi
Seth Huot
Daniel Brown
Cody Beiersdorf
Arthur Longo

#IP2 Cameras and Edits:
Jake Price
Pat Barraza
Seth Huot
Justin Turkowski

#IP2 Locations:
Jackson Hole
Mt. Baker
Revelstoke, BC
Minnesota
Michigan
Colorado
Alaska
Austria
Sweden
Category
Sports
License
Standard YouTube License

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