More Surf Art
December 7, 2009

I can understand why Andy can keep coming up with new stuff.

There’s nothing in the world like getting barreled.

Some longboarding can cure what ails you.

December 5, 2009

Laura, Rob and I hit St. Agnes today. It was pretty epic. I had the best over the falls of my life on this wave that might have been a head and a half. It kinda felt like a roller coaster ride. The locals were loving The Stub.

The crowds were dense and undensified at a later time.

How can anyone resist taking pictures of oil on the ground?

Rob owns this contraption: a legit miniature surfboard(fiberglass foam, stringer and all) with trucks and wheels mounted on them. It’s pretty sickkk.

San Elijo On A Bigger Day
September 15, 2009

Today Mitch and I met up with Kelly in Cardiff and surfed San Elijo. It was a lot bigger(some rolled in a bit overhead) than the last time we went out. It was super fun. Big crowd but people are way more mellow than the folks at San Onofre. Long crumbly waves. Can’t be beat.

Southern California Cloud Light Beams

Rays of light pierced through the gloomy morning.

Crop Rows Southern CaliforniaA crooked crop row shot.

San Elijo Cardiff By The Sea San Diego CaliforniaIt might look a bit closed out but the guys here know how to plow through sections.

Another Deck For Stolen Griptape
September 11, 2009

Since I stole Matt’s griptape yesterday when I was making my skateboard deck, he made me build him a deck. I’m super stoked with the outline and the graphic on the bottom.

Sco Skateboards Front ViewSorry for the blue drips.

Sco Skateboard Back ViewAngular tail.

Sco Skateboard SquaresAwesome colour palette.

Sco Skateboard StokeMatt seems to be pretty stoked with his new board.

Sco Skate Turn One


Sco Skateboard Turn Two


Sco Skateboard Turn Three


Sco Skateboard HandstandMatt show his skills.

Sco Skateboard ChillMy board was just chilling in the grass while all this happened.

Sco Skateboard Station TwoThis cardboard box is where most of the deck construction happened.

Sco Skateboard Station OneSince Mitch started his deck today I moved over to this station.

34th Street Newport Beach
September 7, 2009

This week I surfed 34th Street for the first time. It’s a pretty chill place. Small little waves roll through and they are ace for longboarding on. Dylan and TJ introduced me to this spot. Mitch and I came back to the spot with Matt and we had a wicked time shredding ankle biters.

34th street Newport Beach California Sco SurfLess parking than 56st+.

Newport Beach California Sco SurfThis street takes us to 34th.

Skate Pics from The Seedling
September 1, 2009

I love Thomas Campbell’s films. He’s such a legend. Why not take pictures of of the skating scene in his first film, The Seedling, then “cross process” it?


In between frames.

skatedLooks a bit like my mini board.

geoffrowShook this guy’s hand.

thstuddsMet this guy.

thstudZoom in on T Dollar.

Cardiff By The Sea
September 1, 2009

Today Mitch and I visited Kelly at her new dorm in San Diego. We were planning on surfing at San O on the way back but Mitch’s forgot his season pass so we ended up going to Cardiff. It’s probably the chillest beach of all time. I’m guessing the waves are super smooth there because there’s a lot of seaweed way out. The water temp was ridiculously hot. I definitely want to hit it up when a huge swell comes.

California freeways eh?

It’s a pretty long beach so there’s room for whatever it is you want to do.

Mitch set up the camcorder so we can get vids of us surfing. Didn’t work out too well.

A 3 man party wave.

Seagulls like to chill at chill places.

This little bugger is well camouflaged.

Longboarding At Trestles
August 2, 2009

Today Mitch, Matt, Zack, Ian and I went to trestles. It was supposed to be pretty bad it but it was so fun. I had a go on Mitch’s wooden longboard and it was so fun. It truly proves that to have fun, you have to have the right equipment for the right conditions.

DSC_8845Mitch and Matt just sco.

DSC_8849Zack and Ian like to stretch. I’m somewhat in the middle.