Some fun in Hawaii by director Jason Baffa of Singlefin:Yellow fame.

San Diego shaper Josh Oldenburg, putting the finishing touch on a singlefin graphic masterpiece. Photo by Bill Sager.

Byron Bay

by The Editors on March 16, 2012 · 0 comments

Byron Bay — The Meeting Place is a beautiful and visually appealing 40-minute documentary, that explores the journey Byron Bay has taken, and introduces the characters that have enriched the region’s culture. http://www.byronbaythemovie.com/

Erin Ashley walks the red carpet. According to Chris:“The image came as a result of hiking up and down cliffs with 50 pounds of gear, getting soaked while trying to get low in the wet sand, watching for the perfect light [click to continue]

Mark Tipple

by Glenn Sakamoto on March 16, 2012 · 1 comment

Mark Tipple is a talented Australian surfer/photographer/filmmaker who is the creator of “The Underwater Project.” Instead of your standard surf photography, Mark’s images reveal the power of the ocean and his subject’s raw emotion. We spoke with Mark to learn more. [click to continue]

My family spent many summers surfing Old Man’s and The Point just north of SONGS. My sister and I would play with the other kids our age on the beaches, in the waters, and in the bursts of bamboo that we imagined were fairy groves on the sands. [click to continue]

Can you share us with your friends? By increasing our readership, we can get more sponsors and we might actually get paid for this fun gig. “What’s in it for me,” you say?   [click to continue]

Saturday, March 31, 2012 from 6 to 8pm at the California Surf Museum. 312 Pier View Way, Oceanside. An internationally acclaimed photographer and one of the most successful surf photographers in the world, [click to continue]