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First Talk Locked in for Easter

Got a few talks lined up around the country this year, primarily talking about adventure and The Plastic Project, first one locked in is on the 8th of April in Polzeath, Cornwall, for the Polzeath Marine Conservation Group a little synopsis below, and if you’d like to book a ticket hit this link – http://polzeathmarineconservation.com/pvmca/Events_Calendar.html Wednesday […]

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The Fisherman

Once again been overwhelmed by responses over Christmas to this whole project, which has barely started. One thing I wanted to do was not only shoot rubbish in the environment but also talk to people who deal with it everyday, cause it and are having it affect their livelihood. One of these groups is fishermen, […]

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Iceland Part 3 – The Prints

THANKS FOR ALL THE SUPPORT THESE ARE NOW ALL SOLD OUT, YOU CAN STILL SIGN UP FOR TE FULL COLLECTION AND GET ONE THOUGH. Before we go into more depth on plastic, local environment and some more surfing, below are the limited edition prints available from this trip. There are 10 of each, A3 in […]

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Iceland Part 2

Cheers for all the emails and messages of support for this project, been a while coming I know. Got one question from a friend Craig over here in Suffolk, wanting to know if the marine litter issue is a problem that I have found because I am looking or something that has always been there. He […]

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The Plastic Project

  Last winter I had a moment whilst giving talks about my book Numb and the previous six years of wilderness surf exploration. I realised that wherever I had been there was litter, didn’t matter how remote, the ocean was bringing back our garbage and dumping it on remote beaches. I started to talk about […]

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Guest Post – Morocco

Just before I was about to release the first full blown PP expedition to Iceland I got a message from fellow Suffolkite and Wavelength web legend Lewis, he’s in Morocco. The message simply said – “Yoooo, saw the filth and thought of you, in a good way” – This is mental, the lineup I took […]

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Radioactive discharge In Scotland

Can’t believe this sort of thing is still going on, especially as the power station at Dounreay is being decommissioned, and whilst there seems little likelihood of any of the latest incident’s waste making it directly into the the sea, the fact that this sort of incident is still happening on the North Coast of Scotland […]

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The Plastic Project Part One – France

France for me has long been paradise, for the last 25 years I’ve made a pilgrimage to the sand bars of Hossegor and Capbreton, and now I look back, there has always been rubbish on the beaches. I remember one particularly stormy spell followed by one of those perfect barreling days where we were literally […]

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Guest Post – Caithness

This is Hamper MacLeod, if you’re ever in Thurso on a good swell and Hamper isn’t working offshore, chances are you’ll see him getting pitted out at Thurso East. He lives just down the road from Thurso on an idyllic stretch of coast, it looks borderline tropical on sunny day like this. It’s also in […]

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