1964: A Broken Anchor Film
Take a trip from the present back to the surfing vibrations of 1964 in this short retro styled film by Michael Bromley.
The film features the surfing of Dean Petty as he cruises casually on some clean peelers in Nova Scotia.
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Growing up in New Jersey, Shawn discovered and quickly immersed himself in the sub-culture of surfing and skateboarding in the mid 80’s. With a diverse and eclectic background, Shawn has walked the path of a competitive surfer, Hare Krsna monk, action sports industry player in NYC, DIY theology and religions major, and a touring punk rock musician. Now a father and self-proclaimed seeker of the “soul” of surfing, Shawn enjoys sessions with friends at uncrowded peaks along his home state’s shoreline and writing about his surf related experiences.
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