Tracing invisible lines

Ireland’s surf film festival, Shore Shots, was a turning point in a lot of ways. The organisers chased hard to secure the big-wave surfing documentary, The Wave I Ride, filmed

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Awakened by the Cold

As cold-waters surfers, what attracts us to those hard edges and wild elements? For me, I feel cold water is the ultimate leveller. It strips us of all our pretence,

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New Moon, New Beginnings

Reflections and intentions – the letting go of the old, what no longer serves us well, and making space or the new, for future possibilities to emerge. It was an

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The Good Life

At dawn, when you have trouble getting out of bed, tell yourself: “I have to go to work – as a human being. What do I have to complain of,

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  It’s an exciting ride that’s for sure and you never know what the next swell is going to bring… I’m going to keep working on developing my skills and

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I always get asked about my name, it’s odd I know, but it says a lot about who I am. Its origins are the Irish for fish, ‘iascaigh.’ It’s also

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It wasn’t long after I saw Luc Besson’s biopic ‘The Lady’ about Burma’s Pro-Democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi and I was in the middle of reading a book called

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“Willpower is what separates us from animals. It’s the capacity to restrain our impulses, resist temptation – do what’s right and good for us in the long run, not what

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There are different kinds of fitness, depending on your preferred element or sport…I think from the first moment I touched water I knew I was home…riding waves, diving deep, swimming,

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