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Tuesday, November 24, 2009


Hello my fellow Comrades. I want to let you know that my blog has moved to I thank all you loyal followers for the support. Looking forward to more posts on my new site. ENJOY!


Sunday, November 22, 2009


This past week has been filled with small fun waves. Looks like we are in for it later in the week assuming this storm holds true. I would love to get the chance to swim out in some big heavy surf. All the boys were out in the water today including Russel Spencer, the boys at Del Mar Housing Projects, and assorted friends from all over the county. Rest up cause we are in for it later in the week. Enjoy.




Thursday, November 19, 2009

Good Morning San Diego

After the fog lifted this morning, some pits were bound to be had....minus the fact that no one was surfing and these were going by unridden...

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Driving South pt. II

This past weekend, me and some of my friends snuck across the border for a good swell heading down the coast. Usually when you think of going to Mexico you think of camping and getting very dirty. This was not the case. We stayed in a house bigger than most houses in San Diego. When we headed home we all had forgotten we were in Mexico for the past few days, until we hit Tijuana. The waves were good on the trip, with the swell peaking on Sunday. We saw one wave come through at the point where you could literally stick a volkswagon bus inside the barrel.....gnarly. Hope to start making more trips down here as winter slowly approaches.



Thursday, November 5, 2009


Photos that make the viewer feel alone are ones I really try and reflect with my photography. After viewing Rob Machado's new movie The Drifter, I compiled a few images where my subject truly feels isolated and alone. These moments are my favorite to capture.


Friday, October 30, 2009

Fall Days

Until the north wind blew like hell the other day, the water in SD was still very warm and the color was a very deep blue, reminded me of gnaraloo. I am looking forward to cold mornings and winter swell. Get Gone...