To say that the beach and surf culture have influenced my photography would be a massive understatement.
The majority of my university work focused on the world within surfing and I’m constantly striving to capture the essence of the culture that we’re involved in – whether you’re a local, weekend warrior or simply a surf ‘widow’ (as my girlfriend calls it) the world of surfing is unique, and there’s something about it that keeps us all coming back for more.
My surf photography has taken me to some extraordinary places and I’ve met some wonderful people along the way.
Drift have invited me to blog my trips, general surfing banter, thoughts and pictures – so hopefully I can bring you some tasty treats to keep you all going while you’res tuck in the office and show you that the internet has more to offer than Facebook…
I’m working on a body of surfing portraits at the moment to highlight the broad range of people in the line-up, so if you get approached in the car park post-surf make sure you smile – unless its glassy and firing then I’ll see you out there (look out for the curly haired longboarder on the balsa single fin).