The Revolt Summer Surf Series round III was on August 23rd down at Ocean Beach, California. The waves proved to be a little bit challenging but there was some ride-able surf to keep the riders happy. Here’s a few shots that I took from the day.
Vince Boulanger is currently sitting in first place of the Pro/Am with a healthy 600-ish point lead thanks to some great scores in RSSS II and III. Only 85 points separates Maya Saulino and Avalon Johnson so the women’s competition is definitely on for a tight finish. The final round is at Crystal Pier on October 4, make sure you get down for what is going to be a huge event!
I recently had the opportunity to shoot the performance of Le Club Seduce (the interactive aerial musical by Nathalie Gaulthier Productions) at Le Studio in Los Angeles. I was lucky enough to attend the show twice and was amazed at the performances that were on display, especially the aerial acts by Dreya Weber and Eric Newton.
I was driving towards Franz Josef glacier in New Zealand and looked across to see a beautiful rainbow that had formed in the Westland Tai Poutini National Park. Even though there was a huge storm about to roll across the range, I couldn’t help myself and had to stop and take a photo.
This shot consists of 3 photos taken handheld and merged into one panoramic photo. I have this printed on metallic paper and it looks fantastic! I love this photo.
I woke up early on a recent trip to Catalina to try and get a clear shot of the green pier at sunrise. You have to get up very early to beat the fishermen, if you look closely to the left of the fish and chip shop at the end of the pier you will see a fisherman waiting for his ride. It was a clear morning so the sunrise wasn’t anything special but still a beautiful place to be!
With only 4 weeks to go it was the perfect time to capture a few shots before a new life came screaming into the world. Early spring and the flowers were blooming which added some amazing colors to the photos. I can’t wait to shoot the little guy once he’s a few weeks old!
Wallaces Hut is one of the many huts that litter the Australian alpine region, this hut is probably one of the easiest to get to as it’s only about 750m from the parking lot.
On this particular day in January (mid summer in Australia) the temperature was 7C (approx 44F) and the wind chill made it feel closer to zero! There was talk of snow potentially falling as well but unfortunately it never came, I’ll have to come back in winter to capture a blanket of snow around the hut.
Mount Rainier National Park is one of my favourite places to visit. I’ve been there twice and plan on going back a third time to complete a photographic hiking adventure of the Wonderland Trail (93 miles/150km).
This panoramic photo of Mount Rainier is made up of 6 portrait style images that I stitched together and is ready to be printed at 60″ x 30″. The original photo has a native resolution of about 100″ (approx 2.5m) but can be easily increased to a larger resolution.