Portrait of Surfer Magazine staff photographer, Todd Glaser

24 08 2011

I shot this portrait of Surfer Magazine photographer Todd Glaser at my home in Encinitas. Todd is a versatile photographer with great skills in the water. Incorporating water into the shot seemed to be quite appropriate. Check out his work at www.tglaser.com

portrait - todd glaser





Cover Shot for Tracks Magazine

23 08 2011

This image ran as a cover on Tracks Magazine from Australia. Shot while filming for Cyrus Sutton’s movie, Stoked and Broke, this is Ryan Burch riding a piece of foam with no fins in the shorebreak near Windansea. California kid on a California day on the cover of an Australian mag… classic!

Ryan Burch





Editorial: Cover of Wavelines

2 04 2011

Cyrus Sutton filming with his handplane mounted Go-Pro Camera for “Stoked and Broke”

filming for Stoked and Broke





Dripbook portfolio

29 11 2010

Kevin Roche Photography now on Dripbook.com! Portraits of legends such as Renny Yater, Gerry Lopez, Rusty Preisendorfer and young guns such as Cyrus Sutton, Kid Creature, and Chris Del Moro. Other portfolios include lifestyle, street photography, and iphone captures. The collection also features images from Brazil, Hawaii, and Southern California. Check it out!

portrait book





The Line-up

7 09 2010

In the sport of surfing there’s a unique little thing called the line-up. It’s a particular location off a sandbar, point, or reef where surfers hang out, chat, or pass out stink eye and wait for the waves to come in. Line-ups have their own personalities and moods, and are almost always as dynamic and changing as the waves themselves. Here are three artists and their interpretation of the line-up (the late Ron StonerKevin Roche, and Julie Goldstein).

Ron Stoner

Kevin Roche

Julie Goldstein





Summer

6 09 2010

A couple of water shots of Ryan Burch at Cardiff Reef.

august's gold

log in

just peachy





Green Flash Art Show and gallery space

13 07 2010

Based on the success of the Blue Realm art show in May of this year, it seemed like a good idea to follow this gallery space idea a little further and see what happens! Kris De Grazio and Ash Francomb have stepped up and now manage Green Flash, which is located at 111 Chesterfield Ave in Cardiff. Across the street from Patagonia, the space features ocean inspired art along with beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean. It’s a perfect setting to relax and be inspired.

The current show closes on Wednesday, but Saturday night features La Sirena, an all women’s show, which is going to be great. Sponsored by Roxy, there is enough talent in this group of women to do a different show every week, all summer! Worth a mention, there will be a special collaboration between artist Susan Wickstand and photographer Jeff Divine, in honor of the legendary Rell Sunn, the Queen of Makaha. Come share the aloha!

Great show and stoked to be a part of it!

Opening night, Saturday, July 17th!

gallery hours and available by appointment