I’m constantly experimenting, filtering out the negatives, embracing the positives. In the past 12 months I’ve finally managed to get in the water with the camera and that’s just brought a whole new aspect into my photography.
The culture surfing creates anywhere around the world is something that’s addictive and so inclusive. That’s essentially what I try to capture in my shots and what I’m sure many surfers can relate to.
I am sure most surfers can relate to this. The idea of the perfect wave. You know the ones you’d see in the mags – turquoise blue water, a palm tree lined backdrop, and a flawless barrelling wave. Not a drop of water out of place. Not another soul in sight.
Shooting the ocean in the harsh winter temperatures of New Jersey, USA.
The love to travel, explore, wander, drift. The love to meet different people from places never before been, to discover beaches that have only manifested in my dreams, experience different cultures that are so diverse from anything I know.
The ocean is a muse for people across the globe, her healing properties clear the mind, give joy and for some, a purpose to carry on.
Byron Bay, beautifully enlightened by a rich surf culture, fragrances, coffee and psyched people.
See all of our 2018 Photo Comp Winners in our second annual part-taking of this epic spectacle.
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An edit from Wave Of The Day Surf Travel