Recent Blog Entries
February 4th, 2013
As Neil Everett, ESPN’s SportsCenter anchor, likes to say on Top Plays, “She’s a beauty that number nine”. Born in the dead of a Carolina winter, she measures in at 8’6” and has the shape of a mini nose rider. … Read More.
November 28th, 2012
It’s fitting to include in the 15 Boards 15 Shapers surfboard art project a surfboard made in Puerto Rico. That is where I dedicated so much time to photography and surfing, the two underlying passions this project is based on. … Read More.
May 15th, 2012
Coincidence is an amazing fact of life. It happens unexpectedly and is always surprising though it’s not necessarily of any significance. Sometimes it’s just interesting. Such was the case with the origin of board #7. I’ve been waiting for a … Read More.
March 29th, 2012
Whispering Wind. The link above takes you to a short youtube video about a woman walking in and out of the camera’s view point. The feeling is mysterious as an unrecognized, out-of-focus subject becomes recognizable as quickly as she disappears. … Read More.
December 14th, 2011
He is given six photographs to choose an inlay for a surfboard from but skips over the obvious choices (waves or anything relating to surfing). Rather he chooses an image that doesn’t make sense, figuratively or literally. I knew then … Read More.
December 13th, 2009
Any commercial photographer who has ever worked on a large production shoot knows what is involved. There is the all important producer to secure, location scouting, the talent search, assistants and digital techs to confirm, the logistic considerations for the … Read More.
February 3rd, 2010
Here are a series of photographs that I made on two consecutive cold winter days in South Florida. The weather was unusually cold for these parts with north west winds and clear atmospheric conditions. Furthermore short period swells were constantly … Read More.