Monday, 1 December 2014

Ruarri Joespeh

Was stoked to take photos at a cosy Joesph Ruarri gig. A very talented artist supported by the equally talent Lily and Meg. Was a special gig, one where you feel lucky to be there. Vive le music !

Wednesday, 26 November 2014


A gentle stroll down to Croyde low tide, on the right day, can reveal some gems. Here are a few shots from Croyde doing what it does best... 


Sunday, 23 November 2014

The Ash Brothers

Stoked to film with Bude brothers Joss and Reuben Ash, two 
of the best surfers in the UK, for our year long project.


Tuesday, 14 October 2014


Was great to be a part of the London Surf Film Festival 2014, and stoked to be short listed! Is a great coming together of all peops from the world of surfing. Well worth a drop in...

Thursday, 25 September 2014

The Joy of Surfing

Life is full of its challenges, surprises and beauty. Last weekend we were stoked to be filming 'Life Works' in commencement of our year long project. 'Life Works' is a fantastic charity that supports children and young adults with learning difficulties.

Surfing brings much joy to all people, whether you are a professional surfer, free surfer, average surfer (!) or a soul surfer ! And we would say that there could not be found more joy as found in Polzealth last weekend. Here are a few screen shots from the weekend...

Life works.

Tuesday, 9 September 2014

London Votes

As mentioned, we are stoked to make the Longlist of the London Surf Film Festival with our video California Dreaming. If you did enjoy the video, we would appreciate if you could register a little vote for us on the link below, as is supposed to help. And do check out the other vids, are some beauts !! Vote by clicking here.

Tuesday, 2 September 2014

Film Festival

Was a pleasure to have some of our films shown at a local Pilton Film Festival. Showcasing varying filmmakers from the local area.  It is also always great to check out other film makers creation. One that we thought was particularly good was Samson & Delilah by Richard Crossman. If you have five minutes is a fun watch: