Category : Blog

The Island 25/03/2012

Here are some images available for purchase from the Island session today. Please note these are only some of the images I have of these people from this session so if you appear here I may have entire sequences of YOU surfing. So if you feature drop me an email and ill get you your shots.     [slickr-flickr search=”sets” set=”72157629662334383″ sort=”title”]

Main Beach Mount Maunganui 09/01/12

I thought I would put up an example of what is to come with regards to the images I will be selling from my shooting sessions from now on. The images will be on this site with heavy watermarking and very low resolution. So if you see a shot of yourself surfing and you would like to purchase it please just pop me an email with the date and the number of the image (can be found by holding your […]

Coromandel Nov 11′

It always feels good when you can sit back on a Sunday afternoon and say you made the most of a weekend! My weekend began with an early start at a pristine beachie up the Coromandel on Saturday and finished with an afternoon hunting down waves around Whangamata. There were ups and downs in between all making for an interesting two days. As usual i’ll let the images speak for themselves. Featured are Mounty surfers Luke Ashman and Cam Neate, Mount […]

Home sweet home

Well it’s been a fair while since the last blog due to a combination of lack-luster swells and the big move back home to NZ, but it sure is good to be home! The last few weeks I have been all over the country scouring for quality waves, catching up with old friends, and watching the All Blacks win the World Cup!!! Unfortunately the waves haven’t come to the party entirely, so here are some travel shots from Raglan, Gisborne […]

Fiji Me @

Check out my little article I have up on Also please click on the ad next to it and support a very very good cause!!!!

Waves glorious waves

There is no denying the positive energy that radiates from the ocean. The mixture of Sodium Chloride and H2O thrashing against a stretched land mass can transfix even the most stressed individual by creating a euphoric sense of attachment to the environment, whilst simultaneously allowing us to detach from whatever trials and tribulations life throws our way. At risk of sounding too much like a magazine editor reiterating the reasons why we gravitiate to the ocean, I am going to simply let […]

Craig ‘CPL’ Levers Interview on

I recently completed a quick interview with former NZ Surfing Magazine Editor and Senior Photog Craig ‘CPL’ Levers, you can read it  @ Here is one of CPL’s amazing images from the soon to be released ‘Beached As Too’. Keep an eye out for it. Enjoy! [slickr-flickr search=”sets” set=”72157627229682806″]

Bells Super Swell

Last weekend saw a massive SW swell slam into Victoria’s southern surf coast. With NW winds predicted for the entire Saturday I decided to make a bee-line for the area. If you have ever been to Bells beach, then you already know that it can be your typical ‘four seasons in one day’ location; with blustering winds and white-capping swells one minute and soft gusts with ruler etched swell lines the next. The constant and unpredictable nature of weather conditions […]