Since the beginning of Dirty Feat, I have had no idea which way I wanted to go with the website; I have too many interests, some of which recurring, most getting lost in the depths of the back of my mind; However, there is one interest that keeps itself at the forefront of my imagination. … Continue reading
Beach 87th St. / Surfing After Sandy from Lukas Huffman on Vimeo.
“Sea-Fever” I must down to the seas again, to the lonely sea and the sky, And all I ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by, And the wheel’s kick and the wind’s song and the white sail’s shaking, And a grey mist on the sea’s face, and a grey dawn … Continue reading
All the leaves are brown, and the sky is gray… It seems as if since the beginning of the states acceptance to the union, California has been viewed as a fantasy land. From Gold Rushes and South Swells to Vagabonds and Steep Ascents, reasons for migrating through the Golden State are ‘richer’ than anywhere else … Continue reading
As Hurricane Season 2012 is in its peak, I have been spending most of my time focusing. Focusing on the state of mind that sliding down water mountains has taught me over the past decade. From the early years when surfing scared the shit out me with breathless reminders every session how vulnerable that humans … Continue reading
Last week this hashtag, #kamshaka, popped up on my instagram courtesy of a fellow I photo-stalk, thinking it was just some other lameass surf slang. Knowing how stupid a hashtag and surf slang is, I found myself quickly uninterested. A day or two went by and someone else I follow had the same hashtag, then … Continue reading
When I look through my collection of surf and skate videos, I have a hard time picking out my favorites. Every video tends to blend tricks with music seamlessly, editing seems effortless and overall they are all perfect productions of a surf/skate video. Filmmakers within the industry and constantly pushing to produce videos that showcase … Continue reading
I stumbled across this video today after a typical summer session and it puts into perspective the attitude that I wanted to expose through the creation of this website. Thanks again Skip and my northern neighbors at The Granite Stoke for presenting a positive vibe in and out of the line-up
Create your own world, its the key to staying young. CTyler Warren Portrait from James Tull on Vimeo.
It’s always nice to see someone ripping up here in New England during the cold winters. Michael Stanek kills it in NH. Courtesy of: Korduroy.tv