I’ve been surfing since I can remember. I won over 40 competitions and have placed No.1 in my country. My training ground is Indonesia which I have visited 14 times, 3 months stay on some trips. I’m currently a model in my spare time for one of the world’s top agencies Storm models.
I started surfing because it was fun and creative. My main goal is to try surf waves perfectly which is an ongoing mission.
For me it’s the reality that I can make a living out of doing something I love. I’ve been English open champion and currently the English senior champion.
It’s an ever changing platform, you can never master the sport as you’re always presented with new obstacles. Competition surfing is very difficult as you are dealing with conditions that don’t care how good you are or the time you put in. It can basically go flat for the entire heat.
It’s the feeling of overcoming fears in larger conditions, the joy of just finding great waves and surfing them with your friends and family. I like being in a sport that you can express yourself creatively.
I find even when I’m in bed I can feel what it’s like to do maneuvers. Visually I think up of new turns and feel them through my muscles as if I was performing them.
I think a lot about the feeling of surfing, I‘ve spent my whole life in the sea surfing waves. I’m extremely passionate about my sport and this helps when it comes to studying it.
Most of the time not wanting to look bad. Having the wrong equipment.
I want to keep traveling and making surf clips. Help my brother Reubyn achieve his goals in surfing.
The huge benefit of stand up paddle surfing over regular surfing is that much smaller less steep waves are catchable before they break, and as the boards are much more stable it is easier to pick up. Additionally, as you start in a standing position, there is no popping up onto the SUP, while the paddle can be used for extra stability and drive on the wave.
Camber offers some for stand up paddle surfing with both small and big waves.
Course Duration: 2 hours