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A place in the sun

May 18, 2019

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Blue sky, pumping surf and no-one out, what more do you want? Stoked to get one of these in the latest issue of Carve Magazine, there’s some great work in the magazine that celebrates it’s 25th anniversary this year. Great article by Vaughnie in the last issue (#194) about surfing the Cribbar and by Sharpy […]

The last autumn swell

December 2, 2018

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A weekend of pumping surf in North Devon was a nice way to say goodbye to the autumn of 2018. So stoked to get this one (below) published in Carve Magazine as a double page spread, the point at Main beach firing. (Issue 192 btw).   XT-3 w/ 16-55mm & 100-400mm Just got back from […]

Morte Stone goin’ off

January 6, 2018

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You aint never seen shit like this before, The Stone – On Fire January 6th 2018.

Whey hey

May 14, 2013

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The cheer you up the the teeth of this miserable rainstorm, here’s a few pix wot I took, of my local beach around the end of March 2013. As ever if you clickety click on the image some propeller head has made the software enlarge the pic, amazing. Canon 5D mk3 c/w 70-300 L IS […]

Break 5 dance in Bamburgh

October 5, 2012

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The concept is brilliant, take a bunch of mates from a local beach to a stunning location, feed, water and pamper them so that they can surf and party their nuts off. The Red Bull Break 5 has slowly become the benkmark for all good party and surf weekends with the winning teams getting an […]

Winning and being the Best

May 14, 2012

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It’s been a long time since the British Surfing Champion came from North Devon, since 1984 in fact when Richard Carter (Redwood surf shop, Croyde) held the crown. Last November Woolacombe resident, Stuart Campbell, brought the title back to Devon from a stormy Fistral Beach in Cornwall. To celebrate Stuey’s 21st birthday (today), his title […]

Portrait landscapes

November 18, 2011

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or in this case, seascapes. The pulled back line-up photo has been an industry standard since the beginning of surf photography, usually taken with a short telephoto (100mm – 200mm) but more recently with a long tom (400mm – 800mm), this has allowed enterprising fotohogs to combine the pulled-back shot with some insanely hot surfing […]