Essential Travel Interview

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May F-Stop

Check out this months awesome F-Stop gallery on Surfline 

The Search

Probably one of the best surf campaigns ever, the original Rip Curl The Search still conjures up great memories for me of surfing in the nineties and immersing myself in the pages of surf magazines and photography. We can all still remember the iconic posters with timeless line ups of Mozambique and the Mentawais… Frankie and Tom surfing to “All along the watchtower…’’ Ah, those were good times! It’s funny how you cant tell at the time how things may influence and shape your future…
Stoked on the center spread in the latest issue of Zigzag, on sale now… go get it!

Itchy Peniche

Coxos in Ericeira, Portugal lighting up and giving us a taste of what the right hand points in Europe have to offer. This spread is from our our article ‘Itchy Peniche’ in the latest issue of Zigzag. Get a copy and check it out!


Probably one of my favorite line-up shots that I’ve taken over the years. Simply because Skeleton Bay is one of the more challenging places to capture as a whole and even though this is just a part of the wave you start to get an idea of what makes it so special. Stoked to see the image in print and running as a DPS in the latest issue of Hardcore Magazine in Brazil.

September F-Stop

Saffa Photohogs AVG, Spex and myself getting some nice ones in this months Surfline F-Stop showcase. 

The Walk…

Much has been said about Namibia’s most famous wave, the endless barrel, the power, the remoteness, the fickleness and of course the long long walk up the point…

Simon Fish early on in the day when running was still an option ha-ha! Spread in latest issue of Brazilian mag Fluir

Tracks Cover

Jacko and myself scoring the cover of the latest issue of Tracks Magazine… well kind of ha-ha!!

Best Bet

Best Bet for September, Reunion Island. Go check it out here on

Paradise Lost

Brandon Jackson nailing the opening spread of our Paradise Lost article in the latest issue of Brazilian surf magazine Fluir.