Glenn Sakamoto

The California Surf Museum is located in Oceanside, California and was founded in 1986 to honor and preserve the history of surfing. We spoke to the newly-appointed Director of the Museum, former pro longboarder Julie Cox. [click to continue]

Trevor Gordon

by Glenn Sakamoto on April 16, 2012 · 0 comments

Trevor Gordon is a talented surfer/artist from Santa Barbara, California. Growing up in the Central Coast, Trevor was influenced by the Curren and Malloy families and developed his own unique style of riding. Trevor is also an avid illustrator and painter. We spoke with Trevor to learn more. [click to continue]

This photo captures one of the basic attributes of Gerry’s style which was how he held his hands. It’s this way or style of how he held his arms and hands is part of what made him so famous. I had been shooting from my boogie board at Pipe, [click to continue]

Amanda Chinchelli is originally from Italy and is the founder and designer of Seea, a women’s specific line of surfwear. Brian Greer is the sales/operations manager and a former Bay Area resident. A husband and wife team, [click to continue]

Erik Berg is a talented artist from Santa Barbara, CA and is currently a student at the Art Center College of Design. Involved with art at an early age, Erik finds most of his creative inspiration from surfing culture. We spoke with him to learn more. [click to continue]

Jp St Pierre

by Glenn Sakamoto on April 3, 2012 · 2 comments

JP St Pierre is the owner/operator of Surfy Surfy in Leucadia, California – a retail shop dedicated to bringing the best surfboards to the world. If you have ever met JP or read his popular blog, you would already know that he orbits in an amusing blend of humor, Star Wars trivia, and Bonzers. We spoke with JP to learn more. [click to continue]

This is the story about 30,000 lost black and white negatives from Surfing Magazine circa 1970s, found at a swap meet. It becomes a journey from California to Hawaii to reunite the creators and stars of that pivotal time in surfing history. We spoke with director Doug Walker to learn more. [click to continue]

We first started seeing the link to a blog about cars with surfboards popping up on Facebook. So we tracked down the artist. Turns out his name is Kevin Butler and he is a surfer and an advertising copywriter. We sat him down and asked him a few questions. [click to continue]