At the age of 8, Jack strapped into a snowboard and that moment changed the course of his life forever. Riding professionally for the last 8 years, Jack's snowboard has given him the opportunity to see the world alongside his best frends, compete in the top international snowboarding competitions, and co-create a community around people who share a love for what the culture of snowboarding stands for: good times, freedom, and endless progression on and off the board. For the last 5 years, Jack and his frends sparked an iconic movement in snowboarding where community and "frendship" was more important than self -- with their motto being "there's no I in frends".
2015 World Of X Games - Air + Style with Jack Mitrani
2015 Producing "Following Frendly" powered by Skype
2013 NBC Global Camp TV Spot (Flimed & Produced)
2012 Featured in Burtons Snowboards' "13" Movie
2011 Videography featured on NBC’s coverage of the Winter Dew Tour
2011 Featured in Red Bull's "Art of Flight"
2011 Featured in "Burton Snowboards: Standing Sideways" Movie
2011 Invited to X Games Best Method Contest
2010 Videography featured on NBC's coverage of the Winter Dew Tour
2010 Videography clients include: Pepsico, Amp Energy, Nike, CBS, NBC, ESPN
2009 Featured in Burton Snowboards' "The B" Movie
2009 Featured guest on FUEL TV’s “Daily Habit”
2009 Frends Crew feature in The New York Times
2008 Awarded "Highest Air" - Billabong Air & Style in Innsbruck, Austria
2008 Featured in Burton Snowboards' "It's Always Snowing Somewhere" Movie
2012 3rd Place Quarterpipe World Snowboarding Championship Oslo, Norway
2011 4th Place Superpipe, Winter Dew Tour Snowbasin, UT
2010 6th Place Halfpipe US Grand Prix Park City, UT
2010 3rd Place Superpipe Winter Dew Tour Snowbasin, UT
2009 5th Place Halfpipe Burton Nippon Asian Open Fukushima, Japan
2009 4th Place Superpipe Winter Dew Tour Lake Tahoe, CA
2008 9th Place Quarterpipe Billabong Air & Style Innsbruck, Austria
2008 8th Place Halfpipe Australian Open Perisher Blue, Australia
2008 1st Place Big Air Billabong Air & Style Innsbruck, Austria
2006 1st Place Aspen Open Halfpipe, CO
HOSTING + PERSONALITY
Now you will find Jack hosting snowboarding contests and industry award shows around the world, as well as in web series and TV appearances for networks like ESPN and NBC. In addition to his unmistakable sense of humor, when Jack’s in the booth at an event, he’s interviewing his best frends and that kind of authenticity just can’t be duplicated. As a professional athlete and expert content creator, his firsthand experience and social media interactivity make him a fan-favorite on air.
Past hosting experience:
- 2015 Burton Snowboards US Open Halfpipe & Slopestyle
- 2015 X Games EXTRA Show Host
- 2015 Transworld Snowboarding Riders Poll Awards
- 2014 Winter Dew Tour Halfpipe & Slopestyle
- 2014 Burton US Open Halfpipe & Slopestyle
- 2014 Transworld Snowboarding Riders Poll Awards
- 2013 Burton US Open Halfpipe & Slopestlye
- 2013 Winter Dew Tour Halfpipe & Slopestyle
- 2012 Burton European Open Halfpipe & Slopestyle
Frendsvision is an online content platform and YouTube channel founded by Jack that chronicles the misadventures and hilarity of the Frends Crew in snowboarding, traveling, and music. Since the launch of Frendsvision, Jack’s videos have acquired over 3.5 million views, and 10,000 subscribers to the Frendsvision YouTube channel.
In 2009, Jack began uploading hysterical and inspiring content on a daily basis that featured the Frends Crew as they rallied side-by-side to try to earn spots on the 2010 Olympic team. The content stream instantly gained traction and became a “daily digest” within the snowboarding community.
Today, Frendsvision features skits, music and snowboarding videos.
THE FRENDS CREW
In 2008, Danny Davis called Jack with a new idea that he, Dave Driscoll, and Keir Dillon had about starting the “Frends Crew” – all centering around the concept that “there’s no I in frends” and that as a collective they could succeed to greater heights than on their own. Initially the crew consisted of seven pro-snowboarders who traveled the world, made funny videos and skits, were winning major contests, and promoted that collaboration was more fun than doing it solo.
What began as a random idea turned into a full-blown movement, with a rapidly growing fan base in and outside of the snowboarding world. While the Frends Crew started with a name, a few branded t-shirts and face masks at the X-Games, they quickly became a vehicle for the type of guerrilla marketing that major brands wanted to be a part of.