Surfing

Robbie Crawford

Pink and Purple Barrels

Thirteen is an impressionable age. It’s that time when adulthood is creeping up and decisions are being made that can affect the rest of your life. To Robbie Crawford, now 43, those were the days he found the local surf break near his home in Huntington Beach called the Wedge, a surf location that contains such beauty that he’s been photographing there for decades.... Read More...

Mavericks Carnage and Preview

In January of 2018 photographer Trent Stevens got an offer he couldn't refuse: a spot on a boat during the largest Mavericks swell in years. "Though terrified because of the storm and huge seas, I knew that if I didn't make it out there that day I would regret it for a lifetime." As they motored out into the channel, Stevens pointed his lens towards an incoming fifty foot wave. As he started the video, little did he know an even larger wave was looming just outside. In the next few minutes he captured the legendary big wave in rare form, and the ensuing human carnage went viral as soon as it was posted on Instagram.... Read More...
West Coast Board Riders Club

West Coast Board Riders Club

A growing movement of surf clubs on the left coast are trying to turn the tide from aggressive localism towards a hometown pride that gives back to the community. The West Coast Board Riders was established in 2017 by three surfers born and raised in Huntington Beach. They picked up the concept of local surf clubs, mixed it with Australian inter-club competition and added their own twist of multi-generational team events. The result is sweeping up the coast like a good southern swell.... Read More...