Surf, Road & Snow

Moving sideways in motion; down mountains, roads & ocean. This is my shrine, to escape the daily grind.
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Longboarding: Slide by Benjamin Dowie. This is a short longboard film I recently produced. The idea behind it was to marry some slow motion longboard sliding to a 'glitch' track and mash it all up to the beat. I wanted the images and audio to become one. Also wanted to try some super slow shots and see how far I could push optical flow.

This is a short longboard film I recently produced. The idea behind it was to marry some slow motion longboard sliding to a 'glitch' track and mash it…

PURE BRONTE by Marcus O'Brien. Another massive winter swell hit Sydney's coast over the last week generating monster sized waves putting on an impressive display of power and beauty along the coastline.

PURE BRONTE by Marcus O'Brien - Bronte is a beautiful place where we enjoyed family holidays and this video captures just how beautiful it is.

SLASHIES // EUGENE - AQUABUMPS

Eugene, the guy behing the camera of AQUABUMPS. Made me love Bondi Beach before I moved there.

Bodysurf Bondi by David Bushby. Sydney skies finally cleared to a classic Summer's weekend in early February 2012.  After two days of sun, great waves and offshore breezes, this is how we capped it off late on Sunday.

Bodysurf Bondi by David Bushby. Sydney skies finally cleared to a classic Summer's weekend in early February After two days of sun, great waves and offshore breezes, this is how we capped it off late on Sunday.

Indo Surf: Jan 2012 by David Bushby. One week in Sumatra, small but consistent swell, warm water and great company.

Indo Surf: Jan 2012 by David Bushby. One week in Sumatra, small but consistent swell, warm water and great company.

HOMETOWN TAMA by Marcus O'Brien. A BIG winter swell hit the Australian east coast recently, conditions were very special due to the tide, offshore westerly winds, sand banks and size of the swell all combining perfectly.

HOMETOWN TAMA by Marcus O'Brien. A BIG winter swell hit the Australian east coast recently, conditions were very special due to the tide, offshore westerly winds, sand banks and size of the swell all combining perfectly.


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