Maud Le Car, “I have two passions in life - Art and Surfing.”
Often the link between the two is more tightly woven than what you may think.
"To me a wave is like a virgin canvas where you can draw the curves and the lines that you decide.” When skills match artistic vision the outcome is easily appreciated.
Here is her introducing clip to the Monster Family she just joined this year :)
Thank you to Film maker Vincent Kardasik we shouted this edit during a few sessions in Hossegor, France.
5 East Coaster they would make a move about.
"People tell me all the time "I wanna come score a Hurricane swell at your house", or they'll ask "How sick is your place during Hurricanes?"... but the truth is, the waves are more often than not better during regular low pressure systems. Regular lows are much more reliable too, with simple systems producing really fun surf.
Case in point... last weekend. 3 days of fun waves, with better than forecasted conditions. It wasn't pumping by our standards, but I'll take being surprised with fun surf after a poor looking forecast, over being letdown by an epic Hurricane forecast that doesn't pan out any day.
Here are 4 sessions, from shore break barrels to peaky wedges, over the course of 3 days. One session I was out alone, and the others I shared with only my 3 other friends in sight! Can't beat this time of year in Cape Hatteras.
Videography: Jeffrey O'Neil
Edit: Brett Barley"
Stab Magazine presents: Just Passing Through, Episode 9. Check out OAM team rider Taylor Knox and friends getting some unreal waves in Mex.
By now you know that Hurricane Gaston wasn't all that. But Cam Richards and OAM team rider Brett Barley are. And this is what happens when two exceptional surfers greet a mediocre swell on the Outer Banks.
Music: Mr. Krash
Credit: Shot by Travis Kuhlman
Northern Outer Banks