Monday, February 23, 2009

On location: Surfing Magazine's 2009 Swimsuit Issue photographed by Dustin Humphrey

Dustin is the hardest working man in show business. He’s never satisfied with the status quo and has a drive to pull the best out of his subjects be they on land or in water. After the highly successful Insight campaign, his appetite for non-traditional fashion photography has only grown and can be seen in the April issue of Surfing Magazine’s Swimsuit Edition. Look out Sports Illustrated there’s a new sheriff in town.

Photo: D. Hump/A-Frame

Thursday, February 12, 2009

A Heightened Sense of Life - Tom Servais' year in Tavarua

Tom spends more time on Tavarua island than any photographer in the business. "A heightened sense of life" is just one of the many side effects of surrounding yourself with that kind of magic. Knowing Tom fairly well I'd say there might be a small fountain of youth someone on that tiny heart shaped gem. See the March issue of Surfer Magazine for a well done piece on paradise.

Chris Malloy in a "heightened" state.
Photo: Servais/A-Frame

Thursday, February 5, 2009

Hurley launches Phantom Boardshort site

You owe it to yourself to check these out. These trunks are truly performance based surfing equipment and the site dedicated to them is top notch. Slide into a pair.
Photo: D. Hump/A-Frame

The Surfer's Journal Portfolio: Jason Reposar

We've always known Jason was a bad ass but the new piece in the Journal folds back a couple layers and reveals the "man without a country" who can't be held down. Repo breaks the mold of the stereotypical surf photographer and that's a good thing. Do yourself a favor and get the new issue of the Journal Vol. 18 #1.
On newsstands now.

Darrell Goodrum

Christian Fletcher

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

DC Shoes unveils the Bruce Irons Signature Sandal

"At DC, signature models don't come easy. They aren't just handed to new team riders. They're earned and offered only to those riders that have reached the top of their sports and who have been through enough to know what it takes to make a great product." Enough said? Not quite. Click on over to see the Bruce mini-site for the whole scoop.

Photos: Noyle/A-Frame and Davey/A-Frame