Considering what you have accomplished so far, what are your goals for the future?
My goals are less about personal accomplishments and more about industry evolvement. I want to be an inspiration and positive role model for youth culture, snowboarders and the action sports industry through a creative media approach that bridges meaning and motivational messages of personal possibility and faith.
Do you like the direction that the sport of snowboarding has gone in since you could remember?
In short, things evolve. Whether you are an idealist or a realist, there is not point in critiquing what is, just working for the change you want to see.
What board are you going to be riding in the12/13 season?
The Nick Visconti edition Arbor Draft 150.
Whats the hardest thing about your job?
What movies are u in?
Nations Foundations “Anthropology.” ThinkThank’s going “BrainDead” and having a “Heart Attack”
This is an excerpt from Nick Visconti’s part in “Right Brain Left Brain”. For his whole part and the rest of Think Thank’s season of insanity get the double disc DVD at finer snowboard shops around the world or at www.thinkthank.com
Any nutrition secrets?
You can only expect out of your body what you put into it.
What are you doing when your not snowboarding?
C3: Coffee, Community and Conversation
At what age did you start snowboarding? Were you on Ski’s first?
I was the second youngest person in Northern California to be skied down the slopes! At 8- months my dad had be zipped into a Jansport backpack, head wobbling and be bopping down the mountain. Less than a year later, I was on my own skis being guided with loving abandon down a bunny run. At age 12 I started snowboarding.
Arbor rider Nick Visconti winning the Hot Dawgs & Hand Rails contest at Bear Mountain in 2010.
Family…What does it mean to you?
The better question is what doesn’t it mean. Family is everything to me.
Do you have any trips planned for the 13 season that you’re stoked about?
Yes, a honeymoon… or two.
What is something that a lot of people don’t know about you?
I’d like to answer that question with something witty, snarky or obscure. But the honest answer is I am pretty vulnerable and visible. There is nothing you can’t find out or I won’t tell you about my life. So in a long worded response, there isn’t anything people don’t know about me.