Travers Adler. Night moves. Santa Barbara, CA. April 2014.
Surfing by day is preferred by most, but when the responsibilities of life hijack your sunny afternoons, or maybe you’re just tired of the crowds dampening your groove- the night provides. Here’s Travers Adler, a man of much talent on the surfboard, navigating dark but desolate oceans on a tuesday night in Santa Barbara.
Surfcraft: 5’6” thruster by Shawn Stussy a.k.a S/Double
Daniel Hedden. Big Sur, CA. March 2014. 35mm.
Big Sur, CA. Spring ‘14 (3/3)
Final installment of time spent up north: Daniel Hedden, my younger brother. He’s got twice the power in his carves and ability to attract ladies. A real stand up fella- equipped with a flip phone and quality handshake that’ll blow your social networking outta the water.
Spencer Gordon. Big Sur, CA. March 2014. 35mm.
Big Sur, CA. Spring ‘14 (2/3)
The second installment of time spent up north: Spencer Gordon was among the mix of good smiles. He comes from a family well seasoned in adventure. Although similar in demeanor and thirst for the outdoors as his older brother Trevor, Spencer takes a different approach to waves; spending most his time in the pocket, hanging off the nose. This was a unique day of stubby, twin-fin racing on a John Wesley with mismatched fins.
Tosh Clements. Big Sur, CA. March 2014. 35mm.
Big Sur, CA. Spring ‘14 (1/3)
A few weeks ago my brother and I ventured north to meet up with some friends. The weather prevailed, and so did the waves. Tosh Clements was among the crew we met- a photographer based out of Santa Barbara, CA with a background in surfing and cycling. With summer on the horizon, warm times like these will continue to flow. Enjoy and -listen to this-.
Surf craft featured: John Wesley Spacepin.
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San Fran has held a steady presence amidst adventures this year. The seven by seven mile grid of rich smells and culture has a coast that boasts some serious recreation. I always stop at Mollusk to bask in the finely curated books and boards. That’s why I’m especially stoked to have some work featured on their homepage. Get a feel for an establishment that lends a huge hand in maintaining the aesthetic and cultural integrity of surfing- go visit Mollusk Surf Shop they’re a bunch of good folk.