Kassia at her home in Venice. Hasseblad 503CW / TMX 100
Taj Burrow, Western Australia.
Another beautiful winter day along the New England coast.
Sometimes the wave of the day sneaks through unridden. West Oz.
Nighttime portrait of my favorite winter tree / Fuji x100s
Typical winter scene at home. 5 degrees with a gusty NW wind. No takers.
Dion Agius, Maine.
When you stare at a certain wave long enough you become obsessed with all it’s different faces. Even at 6 inches it’s easy to daydream for hours.
The result of a Polaroid 110B with a light leak, Fuji 3000B Intstant film and a barn in the woods with Warren Smith and Craig Anderson.
These are the mornings I live for at home. Mid January. -15 degrees with sea smoke dancing on the surface.
Snakerun detail in the woods of Maine. Hasselblad 503CW / TMX 100
Dion Agius and Warren Smith.
Passing storms are the norm in this part of the Caribbean. So are dredging sand barrels. Pat Millin under stormy skies one July day.
Nate Tyler slouched ever so slightly in the Caribbean.
Our favorite little hideaway in the woods. This place provides hours of fun when the waves go flat, just ask Warren and Dion.
Warren Smith, Iceland.
5:00AM – We had just landed in Reyjkavik after an overnight flight. A quick pack of the rental car and the quickest route to the coast. This was one of the first waves I had ever seen in Iceland.
Once Warren secured his place on the coast of Maine, it only took a few leaked photos before all his closest friends were banging on his door. Here’s Craig just a few hours off the plane.
Warren Smith strolling through his second home in New England. Warren fell in love with Maine so much that he decided to rent a house for a few months. Fall into winter is a beautiful time in this part of the world.