The Surf Sister Blog
"I'd like to introduce Maddy Phillips from the Sunshine Coast, Australia. She's a brand ambassador for Surfkini and SaltGypsy through surfing and traveling. Shooting with Maddy is so good because we are both laid back and keen to shoot whenever it suits, she's an awesome chick and great surfer! Yew!"
Words of Alex Benaud.
Shelli Bankier of Bluesphere Photography based in Burleigh
My photographic work of the Ocean steps away from commercial surf photography. With my photography I aim to capture those beautiful moments that we experience out in the ocean, those moments that give peace to your heart and beauty to your soul. I have always felt a strong affinity and passionate love for the Ocean, of the beauty and freedom that the Ocean so inspires...
A new British TV show which will see the presenter, Mark Wright travelling the globe and living with communities very different to the one he grew up in in metropolitan Essex and we are looking for Aussie surfer girls who live for the waves who might be able to teach him a thing or two about surfing and the Aussie surfer lifestyle. So SurfSister is putting a shout out for Aussie surfer girls to apply to be part of the show.
We are looking for surfing-mad, party-loving Aussie chicks to share of week of their lives with pommie celebrity Mark Wright from The Only Way is Essex for a new Brit TV show
THERE ALSO NEEDS TO BE A PARTY OR CELEBRATION HAPPENING SO THAT MARK CAN LEND A HELPING HAND – INTERESTED?
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Like many surfers I feel like it is my personal obligation to look after and respect the Worlds oceans and seas because it is my playground. Sylvia Earle is truly an inspiration to the whole of humankind, man, woman, child…she is fighting to save our planet and is known as the 'Ambassador for the World's Oceans'.
There’s a bunch of chicks I know who have one thing in common. They all love to surf. This bunch especially. And they’re also especially good at it too. Meet Molly O’Neill, Maddie Gross, Tarryn Wilson, Leana Rack, Kath Moore and Libby Caskey. The ocean brings them together and the waves unite them.
It's not unusual to see more women in the line up in Byron than men on some days. You'll see them sliding around on glassy little peelers off the point at The Pass, looking like they're walking on water.