Wednesday, June 27, 2012

An evening with surf film-maker Jack McCoy and his 'A Deeper Shade of Blue'

Great evening last night with legendary surf film-maker Jack McCoy and his new film A Deeper Shade of Blue at Croyde Village Hall. I also had the privilege of interviewing him (left). His biggest message was to spread the aloha spirit. The film was a really excellent take on surf history right through to the present day, focusing on board design and particular characters that were influential in pushing surfing forward. The event was organised by Pete Robinson of the excellent Museum of British Surfing.

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