1. Home At The Shore


    from Jack Fusco / Added

    114K Plays / / 80 Comments

    After 10 months, more than 40 hours of shooting, and over 5,000 photos taken, I'm proud to present my first timelapse video, Home At The Shore. Please hit play and take a journey to some of New Jersey's most beautiful beaches and shoreline locations and watch as the stars travel across the sky. I hope everyone enjoys watching and maybe even decides on setting aside a night just for stargazing. Trust me, the world can seem a lot calmer when you're staring up at the stars and listening to the waves crash on the beach. On a personal level, the release of this video is very exciting for me. I've spent more time on this project than any in the past. I've learned new techniques, new software, and then went back and did it all over when I learned that I was doing it wrong. Each step along the way to finishing this was more exciting than the one before it. I want to thank all of my friends, family, and my girlfriend for all of the continued support. A special thank you to all of those who have worked so hard to restore the homes of those lost during Sandy. Thank you to every volunteer that has spent time bringing the beauty back to our boardwalks and our beaches. The last year has been filled with heartbreak and devastation with much work still being done. It may not ever be the same as it once was, but it will always be beautiful and it will always be home. I'm very excited that Home At The Shore has been featured on the front page of National Geographic , Universe Today, I09, and more! Thank you to everyone that has taken the time to watch and share! For press/licensing please contact: jwfusco@gmail.com For prints please visit www.jackfusco.com Proudly sponsored by Feisol - www.feisol.net Music licensed through Premiumbeat.com New Jersey locations include: Ocean Grove, Manasquan, Seaside Heights, Island Beach State Park, Barnegat Light, Sea Isle City, Ocean City, Avalon, Stone Harbor, Cape May, Heislerville, Cape May Point.

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    • January Issue 2012 Surfing Magazine


      from SURFING Magazine / Added

      See Kelly Slater on the cover here: http://www.surfingmagazine.com/magazine/january-issue-2012-surfing-magazine/ I adopted a life chasing chaos. I need to take a second to lay some blame. I hardly recognize who I am anymore and I think I know the culprit: it’s this damn surfing’s fault. Over the past 15 years it’s put me through a complete metamorphosis. You can ask my mom; she watched it all go down. Growing up I was extremely calculated, organized, and borderline obsessive-compulsive. A real future-insurance-agent type. Looking back now, it’d be easier to just say I was a big pussy. Risks weren’t something I took. I was shy, reserved and terrified to travel. I skipped fifth grade camp to stick around and run the playground alone. I would incessantly fix my little brother’s hair and apologize to strangers for his lack of manners and hygiene. I held onto my youth; I cherished routine. I’m pretty sure my parents thought I’d never move out of their house, just age quietly in my childhood bedroom. I’d just inhabit the safe side for eternity. But then, sometime around sixth grade, I started surfing and quit the baseball team. I tanned out and my hair turned blonde. I began getting dropped off at the beach after school and adopted a life chasing chaos. Up to that point, I’d surfed with my dad sometimes on weekends and thought it was pretty cool — but I didn’t really like the sand (neat freak) and was kinda annoyed that I didn’t have a board with a pointed nose. I’d instead resort to the boogie board because it was soft and never dinged up your shins. Much safer. But that sixth grade year I made friends with a few guys who surfed, and going to the beach with my dad became the only thing we lived for. That’s when the metamorphosis began to show. I stopped caring about things I used to think were very important; my hair was no longer combed up just right, and I paid more attention to surf videos than to girls. I knew the importance of every surfer from Justin Matteson and Benji Weatherley to Tom Curren and Kelly, and knew all the songs in each of their videos. I became obsessed with the lifestyle and wanted to travel to France and Indonesia and Costa Rica and wherever else waves broke. But it was the dramatic shift in my demeanor that was most startling. I took more risks. I got tougher, more confident. I wanted to see things. I don’t think any of this would have happened had I continued with normal sports and school and whatever it is people do while we go surfing and waste our days being happy in the ocean. So I blame surfing for making me who I am today: a bit of a flight risk and at times unpredictable. For initiating my curiosity about life. For giving me all my best friends and allowing me to see more places and things before 30 than many will ever see; for making me aware of my surroundings and really good at observing weather conditions; for getting me noticed by girls; for installing a bit of “f--k it” in my system; for turning me on to music and filmmaking and writing and reading and making me a better, more well-rounded person overall. For giving me everything I have. But most of all, I want to blame surfing for forcing me to quit being a pussy and go check some shit out in life — because really, that’s all there is to this world: the people you enjoy, nature, and something good to eat and drink along the way. So surfing, just know you’re at fault for this dramatic shift, and that I’m glad I could get it off my chest. No love lost. —Travis Ferré

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      • SANDY - Harvey Cedars.


        from Rick Starick / Added

        15.7K Plays / / 6 Comments

        A short film by Rick Starick, Documenting the ride threw Hurricane Sandy in the search for the best surf on the east coast.

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        • Sandy, What's Your Damage?


          from Giacomo Ciminello / Added

          55.2K Plays / / 5 Comments

          This is a small slideshow of the various pics taken by the First Responders in Beach Haven, NJ the day after Hurricane Sandy hit. It shows a good smattering of the damage that was done so long as the area was accessible.

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          • Rider Profile - JP O'Brien


            from JamieRoseVideo / Added

            1,273 Plays / / 2 Comments

            Interview with JP O'Brien Sponsors: Jetty FlowHouse Lbi Additional Footage: JP O'Brien Rory Kramer Tunes: Man with Roses - Sinking Lessons Performed By: David Hoskins www.jamierosevideos.com www.jettylife.com www.flowhouselbi.com

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            • Northeast Grain (trailer)


              from Rafferty Productions / Added

              In an area often missed by mainstream surf enthusiasts, there is a passionate type of surfer that specializes in sculpting eco-friendly surfboards, body boards and hand planes. These pioneers each have their own unique style and story, but all share a similar philosophy-- They are dedicated to their craft, conservation of the environment, and the unique region that they inhabit. Three filmmakers will jump in an Airstream trailer and travel up the East Coast of the United States from Beach Haven, NJ to Nova Scotia capturing these interesting characters in their native habitat. This film will explore wooden surfboard shaping, Eastern surf culture and the enigmatic joy that is the human spirit.

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              • The Shack


                from Sean Gallagher / Added

                6,568 Plays / / 3 Comments

                Located in the marshes off the eastbound side of the Route 72 Causeway in New Jersey, The Shack has served as Long Beach Island's unofficial welcoming symbol since the 1920's. As years go by, the iconic wooden structure stands on its last legs in desperate need of restoration or it will inevitably collapse into the wetlands.

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                • PITTED


                  from Scott Klingner / Added

                  426 Plays / / 4 Comments

                  On August 8 2011 we went to the beach. Shot in its entirety on a gopro HD hero and a pole mount I've made from PVC pipe. Thanks for watching. feel free to share!

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                  • The Judge- A Journey Into the Eye of Irene


                    from Scott Klingner / Added

                    646 Plays / / 1 Comment

                    Hurricane Irene made land fall in New Jersey on August 27th. Early, August 28th, we got a phone call from Waterman Craig Tomalo telling us The Judge (his boat) is leaving in 15 minutes. So myself and videographer Joseph Kessler scrambled to gather our equipment and went for the ride.... Featuring - Dave Werner - Andrew Croft - Chris Kretzer - Craig Tomalo - Eric schofer - John Christie Shot on a Panasonic HVX and a Gopro hd. -Special thanks to Mr. Tomalo for getting us there and back safe.

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                    • Evening SUP, LBI, NJ


                      from Scott Klingner / Added

                      216 Plays / / 0 Comments

                      Staring Justin Lenzo and yours truly. Thanks for watching. music: sigur ros- gong *i do not own this music.

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