Posts Tagged ‘Hobart’

Australia – check it out!

it’s always a bit of an adventure, jumping fences, being chased by bulls or angry farmers

Home Made – exhibition now at the Hobart Maritime museum.

I had a lady called Elizabeth contact me recently from the maritime museum in my home town of Hobart, in Tasmania, Australia. Elizabeth was seeking old surf photos from the past which captured the uniqueness of being a surfer in Tasmania for an exhibition in the museum. I was able to supply her with several […]

Surf City Canvas wrap line-ups.

Folks, I’ve dabbled a little bit here and there with photoshop over the years, but what I like to do is create amazing scenes that you wouldn’t otherwise ever see. Scenes that are quite obviously not real, to most folks, but always ultimately compelling to look at for most everyone. It started a few years […]

Locals day on Hobart’s amazing pointbreaks, in Tasmania

Being a Tasmanian myself, I like to head back there around Autumn time each year as it is one of my absolute favourite places to shoot photos. On my 2006 trip with Mark Healey, Jamie Sterling and the Long bro’s, we scored the extremely elusive Hobart point-breaks on what many were calling the best point-break […]

A random surf session on South Arm

My Hawaiian buddies Flynn Novak and Ezra Sitt arrived here in Hobart last night, on their way to the Oneill cold water classic surf event, scheduled for the 23rd to the 29th of March, right here in Tasmania. I took ’em for a surf today down at the local Hobart beachies, at South Arm Peninsular. […]

Tasmania: Pointbreak surfing in Hobart

This is my first in a series of reports, directly from Tasmania, during the month of March; The Hobart surfers are a hardy bunch, especially when their beloved pointbreaks happen to come to life on the rare few occasions each year. Usually, its downright freezing when the points start doing their thing, because it usually […]

Tasmania pictorial on Surfline

Hey everyone. The fella’s at asked me yesterday for some photos of my homeland of Tasmania. Always one to fly the flag for “Tassy”, I was more than happy to oblige. I like to inspire people to get out there and find some gems of their own, so that’s why some of these are […]