Travel

Surf travel all over the world

Hanging with the girls

Here's a selection of shots I took of my crew of girls during some downtime at the Roxy Jam in Biarritz at a  spot we called Passion Pit. I like to get creative...

5.5ft and glassy

This morning, after suffering through two weeks of heavy winds that turned otherwise perfect 9 foot waves into choppy schwag, the air was still, the ocean was p...

UFOs and surfing

Peru's coastline, from the border with Chile in the south to the frontier with Ecuador in the north, is sandy desert, dry as a bone. So dry that there's no runn...

Spreading the stoke

Contrary to popular belief, it gets cold in Africa, really cold. As the sun slips behind the mountain casting Muizenberg into deep shadow, the temperature d...

Scarface

i admit it. i am bowing to pressure after being called scarface and having a faithful reader demand i post a photo of what happens when someone's fin kisses you...

Back from the Jam

2009 was no ordinary Roxy Jam – this year was special in so many ways. (Photos by Ryan Heywood).(more…)...

Angourie working

Grant Newby, instigator of the original Alley Fish Fry, sent me these shots of Angourie from his good friend Sean Scott, an incredibly talented ocean photograph...

Substituted by blue

If you haven't already, check out our feature by Dane Peterson and Belinda Peterson-Baggs, 'Substituted by blue'. In association with Patagonia, they also docum...

West Coast Africa

I find myself here, on the West Coast of Africa, alone in search of something different. With the predicted swell I could have gone east; J-Bay, Billabong count...

An insight into my world

From a very young age I have been passionate about photography. As a child I would pick up newspapers and magazines, religiously flicking from cover to cove...

Shades of green

A winter jaunt in Celtic climes is strictly for the keen... The waves are fickle and dicey, there is no predictability, but this can add to the pleasure. Dan Cr...

I know a place

Some fly thousands of miles in search of winter respite, others find it on their own doorstep. For Matt Samuel, uncovering a Devon gem was more accidental than ...

Kaikoura calm

Sometimes we can recall moments so perfect that to revisit them would be to risk losing them forever. For Craig Williamson it is a pilgrimage to Kaikoura, and a...