Incase you didn’t know, our Senior Writer/Photographer, Shawn Tracht, is also our web designer here at Surfwanderer.com. In fact, building websites is one of his specialties. Whether you’re in the surf industry, or any other business needing a website, our webmaster can build you the highest level product, and we want to support him.
Contact:Shawn Tracht at email@example.com for a quote
He will work with you to not only help build the site, but also use his skills as a seasoned writer and photographer for many magazines worldwide to bring your new or existing website the most professional feel.
Whether you own a business, you’re an artist, or you just need a place to display your hobby, Shawn will take care of you with the utmost professionalism, as he has for us.
Here’s some examples:
Surfwanderer.com // Built by Shawn Tracht
PJ Wahl’s New Website
John Perry’s New Website
Shawn’s personal portfolio website
Shawn has just begun our Travel site, it is in progress now.
Photos: Brent Lieberman
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Surfwanderer.com’s Senior Writer/Surfboard Tester, Shawn Tracht, riding his new 5’3 Mini Simmons from Ray Lucke. This board and others are now on demo at Esteem Surf Shop in Pismo Beach. Go try one out!
Please, if you know surfers in this gallery, add there names into the comments below so that they can more easily find their photos! Shaka Surfwanderer
In this short form profile, VitaBrevisFilms interviews Eric Arakawa of Eric Arakawa Designs for their PROFESSIONal series. Shot on location on the North Shore of Oahu, Eric gives a candid account of the people who both inspired and guided him. From the novice fabrication of his first board, to shaping the late Andy Irons last custom job, Eric shares his hope to pass his knowledge on to his young employees and those around him. Find out more at VITA BREVIS FILMS.
Who is JOB 2.0 Fun at Pipeline is provided by Red Bull. Jamie O’Brien once again kicks up a storm at Pipeline but this time he is a little more experimental. Think board transfers, buggy boards, foam boards, and whatever else Jamie O’ has lying around. We also take a look into the life of Albert and how he went from truck driving to living at Pipeline. Jamie is an amazing surfer. Check it out!
Tom Wegener talks about finless surfing and The Seaglass Project.
The Seaglass Project range of finless surfboards are designed by Tom Wegener and distributed by Global Surf Industries. More info here: www.surfindustries.com/theseaglassproject.
Dan Hamlin, like Rick Cane, is a top ripper at his home break. Photo: Craig Hamlin
Ever since I started reading surf magazines I wanted to go to the North Shore. It began as simply a desire to see the waves that filled so many pages of those magazines. I wanted to watch Pipe, Sunset, and Rocky Point, to see first hand the spots that had gained international fame in the surf world. I didn’t really think about the reality of seeing those waves up close and personal. I didn’t take into consideration what it actually takes to paddle out and catch a wave on the North Shore. But the lore of the most famous stretch of coastline in the world had taken a hold of me. And eventually I made my way across the Pacific to that seven mile miracle. Continue reading…