Saturday, January 29, 2011

Thursday, January 27, 2011

new harley ingleby clip

Brand new clip up of harley ingleby surfing Alaia's, quad fishes, longboards....check it HERE

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Monday, January 24, 2011

Thursday, January 20, 2011

storm front

It went from full sun to full storm in ten minutes flat this morning... click here to see all of today's shots

Wednesday, January 19, 2011


Most of my shots today are of “Log rider” Jack Lynch. Jack’s a cool cat from Scotts Head who won just about every under 18’s longboard comp last year, but high performance longboarding is not his cup of tea. He prefers big heavy single fin logs that are based on the old designs from the 60’s. They are nothing like the modern mals you see around, over the last 5 or 6 years there has been a strong crew of young shredders hopping on these old designs a creating some rad new/old school here to see more pics from today

Tuesday, January 18, 2011


much smaller today... but more beaches to surf. Click here to check today's pics

Monday, January 17, 2011


It’s HUGE!! our first really big north-east swell for the summer period hit big-time this morning. Most of the Coffs beaches are maxed out. Photos from today post are from two spots that were handling this strong pulsing here to see more from today's large swell

Friday, January 14, 2011


Some holes in the clouds let through some much needed sunlight for my morning shoot. Been getting a lot of grey in the pics lately, so I was loving the morning shafts… even if they were only for a few minutes. Waves were fun too…overhead on the set waves and straight out of the east which means most beaches will be getting their share of swell. The next 3 days are looking prime, swell coming in stronger, cleaner and bigger right through till monday…. I can just hear the 9-5′ers licking their lips!...Clik here to see all the pics from today 

Thursday, January 13, 2011

a new maldives experience

I went to the Maldives back in 2007 on a boat charter… had a ball the waves were fun the water was amazing. But the best day of the trip was when we jumped overboard and swam to a locally inhabited island. We met some great people, ate some of their traditional food, got shown around and even surfed an epic righthand reef that run across the front of the island. Had we just stayed on the boat (like planned by the tour operators) we wouldn’t have been exposed to that local culture and wouldn’t have brought the experiences and stories home. Up until now the Maldives surfing experience has mostly been about expensive resorts or 10 days on a boat. Neither of these gives you the real Maldives. That’s why we are excited with a new travel experience setup by a dude who lives just inland from Nambucca. He has setup up a super affordable lodge for surfers on one of the Maldives beautiful little islands…. CLICK HERE to read about the man behind it all and the surf travel option.

fun park

Fun surf in a little northern corner of Coffs this morning.. click here to see all the pics

Wednesday, January 12, 2011


The ocean looks to be settling back down a little this morning. That devilish east wind was nowhere to be seen and it was only light rain as opposed to heavy showers. Far cry from what you see in the tourist brochures, but it may just be improving...CLICK HERE to read more and see a sick little shaun cansdell clip

Friday, January 7, 2011


The mid-north coast is copping another solid rain event. It’s been soggy for a day and half now. I managed to sneak a 40 minute window of dryness to record this mornings pics. Heavy blue/purple clouds gave me a nice backdrop to work with and there were plenty of holiday targets surfing the clean 2 foot east swell. Last two days have actually had s..Click here to see full post

Monday, January 3, 2011