What lead up to this can be traced back to windsurfing. Or at least I think it can, then the more I dig the more connections I find and the more I loose sight of what really started it. Though was windsurfing that got me to Punta San Carlos in […]
Congratulations to www.windsurfing.com on launching. Stoked to be part of the first images to grace the site. See this shot and others in the exclusive Windsurfing Now Santa Cruz Gallery.
All to often we say the words, “It’s the beginning of the end.” When perhaps we should be saying, “It’s the beginning [of something new].” Such was the case for the American Windsurfing Tour (AWT) event in Punta San Carlos (PSC) this year. Having shot two of the previous events […]
Thank you to everyone for making this adventure.
After the AWT event in Santa Cruz, Phil, Cecelia and I left early Sunday morning to drive up the coast to the next event in Pistol River, Oregon. We’re driving up the 101, through hills of gold and green. It is difficult to focus on writing with the magnificent views that surround me […]
It was a day that I was feeling particularly lonely. I just needed to chat to someone who wasn’t part of the camp, I needed to figure out how I am going to get to burning man this year, if I can get tickets… So I started chatting with Vickey. […]
Last Saturday, with paint still stuck in our hair from the previous two weeks of camp preparation we welcomed a handful of guests as they stepped off the planes from San Diego to kick of the 2015 season at SoloSports. There were a few familiar faces and a couple of […]
I only discovered my passion for the ocean later on in life and in a way I am lucky. So many of the friends I am making now that I am following an ocean lifestyle have had ear problems due to spending so much time in the water. After my […]
I first met Jamie Hancock(Gaastra/Vandal) when he joined Jem Hall on a trip to Punta San Carlos in 2014. It was great to see someone with a ridding style and attitude much like my own, or rather in this case one I aspire to achieve. I’d seen a number of very good […]
The distance between Cape Town and George is about 400km and can easily be covered in a few hours, but my intention was to discover surf breaks and parts of the country I had missed when living in it. So from Cape Town we slunk along the coast stopping at […]