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[gallery] Profile in this weekend’s Gold Coast Bulletin magazine revealing how I threw away a promising career as an AFL reporter at the Melbourne Sun to pursue the outlandish dream of surf writing. “When Tim accepted a job editing Tracks magazine in Sydney his colleagues wondered...

[gallery] So, this fella in the middle (spot the haole) is my pick for one of the most overlooked figures in Australian surfing history. Arthur Parkyn from Mooloolaba surf club was part of an Australian team sent to Hawaii in 1953 to demonstrate Australian life saving...

[gallery] So, this fella in the middle (spot the haole) is my pick for one of the most overlooked figures in Australian surfing history. Arthur Parkyn from Mooloolaba surf club was part of an Australian team sent to Hawaii in 1953 to demonstrate Australian life saving...

[gallery] I took this photo at the Festival of AB, a fund raiser for recently departed, and much loved surfer/shaper Allan Byrne. I was trying to get a shot of Ted Grambeau’s amazing aerial image of the paddle out - the largest I have been a...

[gallery] Pecha Kucha originated in Tokyo as a way of getting creative professionals to present their work without banging on endlessly. 20 images presented for 20 seconds each is the non-negotiable format. I’ve been asked to take part at the Currumbin Pecha Kucha event on Friday...

[gallery] Pecha Kucha originated in Tokyo as a way of getting creative professionals to present their work without banging on endlessly. 20 images presented for 20 seconds each is the non-negotiable format. I’ve been asked to take part at the Currumbin Pecha Kucha event on Friday...

[gallery] THE WAIKIKI CLUB, MIRA FLORES, PERU Can’t quite recall where I first came across this image of the famed Waikiki Club on the coast of the Peruvian capital, Lima. I had heard stories of it and was lucky enough to visit there in 1994. Peru was...

[gallery] THE WAIKIKI CLUB, MIRA FLORES, PERU Can’t quite recall where I first came across this image of the famed Waikiki Club on the coast of the Peruvian capital, Lima. I had heard stories of it and was lucky enough to visit there in 1994. Peru was...