HI! I’m a 20 year old full time student, part time model and casual fashion/lifestyle blogger from a sleepy coastal town in northern NSW, Australia called Cabarita Beach.
I’m currently studying a double degree of Fine Art Fashion and Business at QUT in Brisbane, hoping to one day to work in Fashion Marketing.
Any spare minute I get you’ll find me at the beach enjoying the simple bohemian summer life in the sun and salt water. When I’m not at the beach or studying or working I’m either practising yoga, exploring new beautiful places or chilling out the couch listening to music.
In part three of the Geoff Rowley "Epicly Later'd" episode, Vice talks with Rowley about the Sorry trilogy, his forward-thinking pro shoe, and the Vans video he's currently working on. Vice is also putting together a little bonus adventure episode that comes out next week, plus Geoff will be doing a Reddit AMA next Thursday, December 5, at 1 PM EST.
Rocket science has created the technology for so many things we take for granted; CB radios, computer, the microwave, hand-held sungasses, purple dresses, the ocean and thats right, even boardshorts.
The director's cut for Volcom's video entry in Stab's A Place in the Sun Boardshort design contest.
Visit Stabmag.com and vote for Volcom!
'POL' is a documentary film about the lives of three of Indonesia's top skateboarders: Indra Leonardo, Rino Herman and Mario Palandeng. Its a story about three kids growing up in the world's largest Muslim nation that break away from their families to chase their dreams of becoming professional skateboarders. Each with a different journey that brought its own struggles and pains, from being homeless to being broken physically and emotionally, 'POL' is an inspirational tale of what it means to follow your heart. Its a film about courage, sacrifice, dedication and the human spirit. Now sponsored by Volcom, their stories are an inspiration to thousands of kids and an emerging generation of skateboarders in Indonesia.