Monday, 21 February 2011


Last day before Pazza left for down under and my first real water shoot with the new rig. A shocker is the only way I could describe it. JP said the same thing but still threw more shapes than my best break dancing.
Six weeks in Oz should sort him out.

100 iso

Had a nightmare the other day and found myself shoot 100 iso while the sun was setting and these groms were testing my 8 fps.
Fun none the less. 

Friday, 18 February 2011


Good mate and all-round top bloke Jack Johns became the first Brit to compete in the IBA Pipeline pro.
A professional bodyboarder earning himself a place through the UK tour, Jack had commentators and top 16 pro's muttering all sorts of praise regarding the talented brit. "Nice bloke, Good looking for an Englishman and someone to keep an eye on" were just a few flooding the live stream as 5 million worldwide viewers tuned in for the first day of the Hawaiian contest.
Jack's heat saw a lengthy lull making it even harder to catch waves and forced Jack into two late waves with little time to score enough points to proceed into the next round.
Well done Jacky, Dead proud and stoked for all the well deserved praise.

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Thursday, 10 February 2011


Nearly two years after my chance interview with Skip Frye - Legend surfer/shaper - Howard Swanwick from Drift Magazine offered to feature the piece. Read on.

Wednesday, 9 February 2011

Fihalohi - S.Male Atoll

Been slack I know and I apologise for this. In response to your emails of concern, Im very much alive and now very relaxed having spent two weeks on this wonderful Island in the Maldives. 
Back on the case and exciting time ahead. stay tuned for deets.