Thursday, 29 October 2009


Good all rounds blokes Dal and Betts allowed me to click away earlier today. Many more hours needed for practice. Just sharing a few with you.

Another Dark Afternoon

Tuesday, 27 October 2009


A little parcel from California arrived yesterday.
My new custom built SPL waterhousing!!!
Here are a few terrible photos of my first attempt at waterbased stuff. Had to get in despite the arctic conditions and bad light.

Friday, 23 October 2009

The Book!

The book arrived the other day and here are just a few pages from it. Really happy with it and already planning the full version.

Farm Cat

Chased the cat around the other day in the pouring rain. Really hard to shoot but the greyness added something i thought.
Here is Mooball being shy.

Sam T at the Gylly

Ventured to Falmouth last week to watch good mate and fellow instructor Sam play a gig.
Sam ended a summer tour of Cornwall at the Gylly in front o a packed crowd.
Sam plans to head shortly to Brighton for the winter but not before he plays a few more gigs in the West country. For more details check Samuel J music.

Saturday, 17 October 2009

End 2 End World Record Attempt

Brea Vean Surfhouse became the base last night for the End to End World record attempt featuring double Olympian James Cracknell.
The 4 man strong relay team will sprint the whole 800 odd miles each taking 15 minute splits averaging 25mph for the entire trip. 
The team plan to set a record of 45 hours allowing future attempts from professional and amateur riders.
Laura and I woke at 3.30am this morning to ply the 13 male crew - littering the surfhouse with bodies- with porridge and very strong coffee. The will only sleep next on Sunday night having set the bar for future riders. Best of luck guys and thanks for choosing Brea Vean for your nights stay. Here are a few shots I took while the boys got to work.

Friday, 9 October 2009

Suckle on this Honey!

While the surfs been slightly on the small side, I've spent a little more time 'focusing' (no pun intended) on subjects other than surf.
Heres a little Honeysuckle I found whilst messing with my new 50mm lens.

Wednesday, 7 October 2009


For the past week or so I have basically sat in front of my computer compiling a photobook of a recent trip to China. As you may have gathered from my blog. Photography does dominate my life somewhat and whilst visiting incredible countries such as China, Its very hard to return without incredible images. 
The book basically focuses on the good feeling that it very prominent in China, even though some of the world still sees China as a communist machine and despite its recent incredible Olympic display.

I would be flattered if you simply viewed the book on-line and would be chuffed to receive feedback - either way! 

check it out.