Monday, 6 April 2015


On 'The Other Side' of the sea are… estuaries ! Often peaceful places, left alone by most. This edit captures the beauty & solitude of one of my favourite places in North Devon, that combines with the begining of Spring :) 

Was stoked to be able to capture it, hope you enjoy ...

Music: Chicane
Track: Barefoot (Music not owned)
Filmed and Edited: S.Cotter

A Ruwac Production

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Tuesday, 10 March 2015

Winter Waves

Back in the heart of winter I was fortunate enough to be a part of a little Nineplus road trip to Scotland. Pursuing waves, good times and some promo bits and bobs for Nineplus' future season...  

Friday, 6 March 2015

Evening Port

So following on from our first little surf vid (A Day With the Port Glass) is Evening Port ! Here Joel goes into a bit more depth on the thinking behind his board called the Port Glass, whilst flying about the coasts of Cornwall and Devon... enjoy !

Surfer: Joel Blackman
Music: Prom Night - Show me the Power
Filmed and Edited: S.Cotter

A Ruwac Production 


Monday, 2 March 2015


Dartmoor is a beautiful & rugged place, that we are so lucky to have nearby to capture some of its beauty.

photo | S.Ben-Achour

Monday, 2 February 2015

The Finer Finish

A fine art and a fine craft. The serious business of shaping pieces of foam to float on moving bits of energy... :)

Here, the fine trail left by Matt Calvani & Co at Bing Surfboards.

Thursday, 29 January 2015

Winter Melodies

What better a way to spend a winter sunday evening than watching Ben Ottewell (from Gomez) empty his lungs, thoughts and uplifting melodies upon an unsuspecting microphone...

Ben was also supported by the soothing sounds from Doug and Jay...

Thanks to Three Stick Productions for putting this on !

Tuesday, 20 January 2015

Light a Fire, Burn a Flame

It struck me whilst lighting a fire this evening, the basic principles that a fire works from, and how applicable to certain parts of life it is... that you have to start with kindling and paper... the light items that can be easily set alight. From there you cultivate that flame to create some heat, but you don't want this heat to die out, you have to keep adding, keep building, keep tending. From there you can begin to add some bigger logs, so the flame and heat continues to build. I even used a smaller log to begin with from a previous failed attempt the previous night. Is amazing how simple a thing can speak so loudly.