In the eyes and through the lens of a surf photographer things like wind, waves, rain and so many other factors of nature become the primary mood indicator of the day. In the few years I have now been fascinated by the ocean there is one thing I have learnt: Nature doesn’t like us.Read details
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It’s Saturday, 4.55AM. Two bags and myself are waiting on the side of the road near my apartment in Queenscliff. No wind. I can smell the salt in the air and in the distance I can hear a constant deep rumble. It’s PUMPING and I’m about to get on a flight. The previous afternoon I…Read details
The past few days have been quite a challenge for me and my gear. I was part of the official media team of the Australian Open Of Surfing and 3 reasons why the AOS was a challenging event to shoot: I was part of the official team and a fast delivery of high quality images was crucial.…Read details
As most people know the surf wasn’t great from day 2-4 at the Australian Open Of Surfing and I thought I’d pack the best images all into one post. The forecast is for more surf as of day 5 and I’m hoping to publish one gallery of ‘best of’ images per day as of then. For now,…Read details
THE PRINT STORE
The SurfLove Print Store is a place to buy my work. It’s filled with a constantly updated collection of my favourite work from the past years. With a selection of Surf, Waves, Underwater, Travel and Landscapes from all around the world.