How many surfers do you know, who can lay claim to being a chemical and biomolecular engineer? Maybe none? Well, the only surfer we know who can legitimately lay claim to developing nanoparticle biosensors for food and health, is Max Weston. The son of parents who ditched the city in the 80s, to live in the sand dunes of the harsh South Australian coastline. To put it simply, you don’t get more O’Riginal than this bloke. A young man, who is using his talents and his mind to not only improve his surfing , but also to help try and make a better world.
A RAG-TAG COLLECTION OF INDIVIDUALS WHO CHOOSE THEIR OWN LINE, SHAPE THEIR OWN FUTURE AND MAINTAIN SURFING’S PROUD HERITAGE OF ANTI ESTABLISHMENT THINKING.
INSPIRED BY JACK O’NEILL AND HIS CREW - THE ORIGINAL SANTA CRUZ INNOVATORS, THE MISFITS & THE MAVERICKS WHO PUSHED THE BOUNDARIES OF WHAT WAS POSSIBLE IN THE FRIGID WATERS OF NORTHERN CALIFORNIA IN THE 50’S & 60’S.