Hurricane

Recently Published work.

Here are a few places my images appeared recently. On ESPN, Surfline.com, Canadian Press Agency, and recently a cover for the Atlantic Current magazine.


3rd Annual 10 FPS Photos 2012

Take a look at the 2012 edition of my 10 Frames Per Second (FPS) video which is a review of the last 12 months of shooting.  Check out more with my 3rd Annual Photo Exhibit at Island Water Sports on Friday January 4, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. where I will present my most memorable images and describe what it took to get each shot.  Win some cool stuff from Quiksilver and Electric while supporting the local Jr. Surfrider Foundation.


Coverage of Hurricane Sandy in Florida and Puerto Rico

Hurricane Sandy literally created a huge stir in many ways around the Atlantic.  Here are some images that were shot, ran, involved in, published, etc….

Featured cover image on the home page of Surfline.com

ESM.com

ESPN.com

Contents page of Dec issue of ESM magazine. Aerial of Deerfield Beach.

Main image for all marketing for The Deerfield Beach Surf Festival to Benefit Hurricane Sandy Victims.

IWS T-shirt.  Sales to benefit Sandy Victims.

 

 


Shooting in Northern and Southern California

Surfline running one of Jake’s shots.

The impressive Half Dome that we summited two days later.

Recently I took a trip to Southern California to shoot a few things.  Upon arriving I linked up with Florida transplant Jake Kirshenbaum to chase some waves Tropical Storm Miriam sent our way.  The second half of the trip was a summit up Half Dome in Yosemite National Park, shooting fine art photos throughout and documenting the entire journey on www.slavetothewave.com, where you can follow all my photo expeditions around the world.


Sebastian Inlet / Hurricane Kyle

Jensen Callaway
Brian Noel
Paul Reineke
Paul Reineke

Getting the call the day before that the swell was good but I couldnt go layed out a decision to make the drive or not. Steph and I decided it was time for a road trip up to old Florida. Got to the inlet about 8:30 and it was good. Even better, no one was out. So I decided not to miss anything and surf myself. Surfed for about 2 hours and ended up ripping out the center fin plugs on my Kechele. Bummer. Right in front of Kevin Welsh, who was one of the kindest Surf Photogs that I have ever met. I ended up talking to him for a while. It was nice to match the name and face to such a positive attitude. After a few calls and finding out Dave Leonard forgot his charger…which explained why I couldnt find where they were surfing, I went and shot on the beach along with Steph and Kevin. Jensen Callaway was boosting while Reineke was getting barreled. Ran into local boy Brian Noel as well.