Tuesday, June 21, 2011


Zero…. thats how many surfers there were at the first 4 beaches I checked between 8.30 and 9 this morning, some of those beaches included some of our more popular haunts as well!! and the conditions were good. Empty clean waves were firing off all over the place.. sure it wasn’t as big as the days previous, but there were some fine looking A-frame peaks doing their thing all by themselves. All of todays shots are .... CLICK HERE to see the rest

Monday, June 20, 2011

coupla hours north

Just got back from a weekend up the coast. No it wasn’t a surf weekend or even a surf photo weekend, just had a few commercial jobs on, so my beach time was extremely limited. I did however get 20 minutes glimpses of the ocean on the Saturday and Sunday and below are a few snaps from a perfectly sunny weekend....CLICK HERE to see all the pics

Friday, June 17, 2011


The rain deluge is over!! cooking sun and a light north-west breeze on the coast this morning, this is more like winter time in Coffs. That week was horrendous for a photographer and a surfer. Not too many waves were had during that east coast low explosion and I bet there are a few just getting over a serious bout of cabin fever. The forecast for the next w....CLIK HERE to see it all

Thursday, June 16, 2011


Regular viewers of our website would have heard us bangin on about some video projects we have been working on over the last two months, well today you can finally see some of the fruits of our labour. Last night the Taylor Steele “Innnersection” spring round went live and our video clip of Harley Ingleby made it in there. It’s only been going less than 24 hours but Harley is currently rated inside the top 5 (on the highest rated tab).... CLIK HERE to go to post and then on to the clip!!

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

work experience grom

Last week Jay Bryant from Jetty high school spent a week with us doing some work experience. I took him on a few commercial type shoots during the week, but also got him up early to give him a taste of what we do with our morning surf photography. Already a keen surfer himself he fitted into the slot nicely. I let him loose with one of our old digi cameras and a 70-200mm lens and with....CLICK HERE to see Jay's best pics for the week

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

look back at may 2011

You can pretty much bank on the month of May to produce amazing surf on the mid north coast. Consistent offshore winds, clear skies and swells from the east and south all came together nicely in 2011 to live up to its high expectations. We were working heavily on a couple of video projects but still managed to keep our stills camera’s rolling to capture some of the best moments of a month I will remember for a while yet….CLICK HERE to see the best shots from the month

Friday, June 10, 2011

get outside

I suggest getting outdoors as much as possible today cause there is a heap of bad weather on the way. Sunshine, light winds and an increasing south-east swell is up for the takings today. There was an early crew up enjoying themselves at this little northern beachie. There should be fun waves to ride right up....click here see all the pics

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

cool starts

The offshores winds had some bite at first light this morning. The crisp winds that are so common this time of year make for unreal surface conditions but they make it damn hard to get into a cold wetsuit. Water temps however are still..... click here to see full post and pics

Monday, June 6, 2011


The clean, pumping conditions from the weekend are continuing this morning. A light westerly is grooming a head high east swell and it looks like been a similar picture for the rest of this week. Backbeaches, ope..... click here

Saturday, June 4, 2011

yesterdays slabs

We went driving this morning… nearly did the entire length of the Coffs coast… every spot between Woolgoolga and Nambucca Heads was sussed before finding this slabbing beachbreak. The ocean is still very unorganised from this large south-east swell, so surfable locations were super limited, we hardly saw another surfer in the water at the countless spots we called in at. The weekend is looking the goods, dropping swell.... CLICK HERE to see full post from yesterday

Thursday, June 2, 2011

dingo's tale

Local shredder John Craig went through the junior series with Dean Morrison when they were wee tackers, so when the latest profile movie on Deano came out called “A Dingo’s tale” I thought who better to review the film than me mate Johnny. What follows is his account of this fresh new flick..... click here to read the full review and see the trailer

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

classic crescent

Last Saturday was finals day at the Crescent Head classic and the point turned on some long rippable walls for the competitors, who were lucky enough to get this pointbreak with just 5 other surfers in the water. Peeling waist to shoulder high waves improved all day providing a perfect canvas for these longboard shredders to draw some tracks all over this surfing icon. It was a smiles and sunshine for the 3-day event and possibly the most ideal waves they have had for the comp in many years. Below are some of the leftover images that.... CLICK HERE to see all images