Shooting live music is one of my favorite ways to spend an evening. Add some rain to the mix and it gets even better. Last Saturday, Landon McNamara and friends came through the Maui Tropical Plantation for the second stop of their island tour. The venue was packed. The vibes were right. The set was stellar.Read More
It's hurricane season here in Hawaii, which means rainy weather and swell chasing. Here's the result of a recent storm.
Hurricane Guillermo. It swept by the islands with a bit of rain and wind, but left us with amazing swell, nonetheless. There’s nothing like a little storm to light up the island as we draw closer to the end of summer. I went out with a couple of friends to search for waves and shoot some photos. It was a great few days that left everyone surfed out. I can’t wait to do it all over again.
Another gallery up on The Inertia, this time on my friend Chaz.
"Chaz Kazuma Kinoshita, 18, from Maui, Hawaii is the son of legendary shaper Matt Kinoshita of Kazuma Surfboards. Chaz has been in and around the shaping bay since he was young, learning the art and experimenting with new shapes. Shapers who surf their own equipment are unique in the way that they can envision the board, create it, and then test it. Surfing influences their shaping, and shaping influences their surfing. Chaz’s designs are innovative like his surfing, blending old school style with new age progression. Here’s a little glimpse into the life of an up-and-coming shaper out of Maui."