Wood Sniffer by Stone and Wood

Check out this touching short film by Stone and Wood, about our talented friend Andy Ceglinksi, a fifth generation master craftsman and ‘Wood Sniffer’, Andy is the founder and proprietor at Wooden Anchor-a family owned, environmentally conscious sawmill and timber business which is home to the growing collaboration project Wood Surf Co and Galapagos fins among others.

*Joel Fitz rides his timber 7’0 Sea Gypsy , the Gypsy along with some of the other timber boards featured are JFS original board designs in collaboration with Wood Surf Co. The surfing section is chock full epic water footage from our friend Mick Waters so be sure to check it out and tell us what you think.

CREDITS:
Production: Dane Pitman & Jasmin Daly
Director/DOP/Editor: Pete Rogers (Cape Productions)
Water Footage: Mick Waters
Music: MT Warning
Sound Design: Jordan Power
Colour Grade: Tim Wreyford
Board Designs: Joel Fitzgerald & Dana Watson.
Legends: Stan Ceglinski & Family
Surfers: Joel Fitzgerald, Dana Watson, Andy Ceglinksi

*Featured image of Joel provided by Stone and Wood

Chrystal Dawn in NALU Magazine

Our own lady of the lens and team rider Chrystal Dawn is featured in the latest volume of Nalu Magazine.  Nalu is well established and reputable Japanese longboarding magazine. Dawn is featured in vol. 104 with her JFS quiver accompanying an interview by Hiromi Shibasaki, about Chrystal’s passion driven life.

Photos of Chrystal surfing are by Joel Fitzgerald, and JFS is excited to share this news and congratulate Chrystal on not only being featured as a surfer, but also as a photographer with 21 of her photos printed in the magazine in articles including a feature about the Byron Bay Surf Festival 2017.

Check out Nalu online and comment for questions on Dawn’s quiver, or head over to her website for more on women’s surfing, yoga and natural health.

 

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All Boards

You can now find all boards on one page, make sure to check out the BOARDS page with the drop down menu. Now you can see all of Joel’s beautiful shapes at once, notice the newby? Yes that’s right there is a new board in the mix. Look out for our next blog post on said sled.