A little summer surf sesh in San Clemente.
Photo by:  Sean Jansen
Welcome & Enjoy the Ride!

I am not a bitter surfer girl hell-bent on asserting her place in the lineup. My street cred includes nothing beyond 12 feet, I’m still working on my turning technique and aside from the previous owner’s left over “Stacks” stickers, my board is as white as a ghost.

I love cute colorful bikinis and slathering my locks with biodegradable leave-in conditioner. I also enjoy a solid burrito just as much as the next guy.

My semi-late induction into the small but mighty world of surfing has been an interesting experience laced with multiple viewpoints and humorous occasions.Β Man or woman, at the end of the day, we’re all just people trying to find our smile in the water. These are the confessions of what makes me smile, tick and laugh in the lineup…besides catching a great wave, of course.



You know you're a weekend warrior when you see a group of five jetskis destroying the waves while three different people take the same two-foot crumbler on the inside...is this Malibu? 🏹 ... See MoreSee Less

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Confessions of a Surfer Girl shared Chris Burkard Photography's photo. ... See MoreSee Less

I always tell folks I started my career in a Van.. a 3 month trip living in a VW Bus photographing California from north to south. It took me almost a decade but I finally made a dream project of mine happen ( alongside some really creative people) I built my own. The novelty of living in a van wore off a long time ago. πŸ˜† This rig was created with a single purpose, hitting the road at a moments notice & photographing the beauty this world has to offer. Whether it's with my kids or the guys I work with. I am releasing a video in the following weeks about the entire process of the build from what we used & fabricated to how we did it and ultimately why. Stay tuned. . @advanture.co @polkaudio @kammok @thule @goalzero @prana @blackdiamond

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