Created for Canine Companions to showcase the science and research team. Filmed and edited by Hayley Gordon.
Erin Ashley (aka Worm) sliding on some California point breaks.
San Diego Surf Film Festival 2015
Honolulu Surf Film Festival 2015
Women Of The Seven Seas Surf Film Festival (NYC) 2015
Noosa Surf Film Festival 2015
Over the course of five days, the best female skaters from across the globe congregated in Tokyo, Japan to take part in the first ever Skate Exchange. The experience organized by the Women’s Skateboarding Alliance in partnership with B-Global Agency and powered by JTB set out to unite skaters across the globe for a cultural exchange but also to show the world the true essence of skateboarding. Skaters came from all over; Korea, the Philippines, Thailand, the U.S and Japan, to together experience the city and this unique event.
A video concept project I started and never finished. Really bummed this never went anywhere…it unfortunately came to a halt when Taylor moved home to Florida. Hopefully I will make something similar in the future. Skater: Taylor Beatty
One weekend this fall — riding all types of boards, featuring Nora Vasconcellos, Mele Saili, Erin Ashley aka Worm, and Margaux Arramon-tucoo, with a special appearance from the Peanut Gallerinas.
I was extremely excited to be able to film a piece for Korduroy.tv’s “Sea Movies”. It’s a humbling experience to be amongst the filmmakers that have made a piece for Korduroy.
Sometimes unplanned trips are the way to go. Without building up our expectations, we are more willing to accept inconveniences—like getting kicked out of a makeshift camping spot in the middle of the night—as opportunities. Setting out on a last-minute trip, Jen Smith, Mele Saili and Jenna Balester only had one fixed goal: make it to Tofino, B.C. for the Queen of the Peak surf competition.
In this episode of Sea Movies presented by Reef, filmmaker Hayley Gordon shows us the ladies’ spontaneous strategy into the Pacific Northwest pays off with some fun waves and stunning scenery.
Made exclusively for RVCA – a lifestyle / surf video of Margaux Arramon-Tucoo
RVCA Advocate Margaux Arramon-Tucoo spent some time this past Fall season in sunny Southern California surfing, making art and hanging with friends. Here’s some footage she got along the way… hope to see her back here soon!
Party Mix Synopsis: This is a fun “mix tape” type surf film featuring the best surf shots captured over this past summer as well as a fun look at a road trip from San Diego to Tofino in British Columbia, Canada. | Featuring:
Jen Smith, Mele Saili, Jenna Balester, Sara Taylor, Kassia Meador, Margaux Arramon-Tucoo, Philipa Anderson, Claire Bevilacqua, Steph Gilmore, Brittani Nicholl | Board Shorts Surf Film Festival ’13
San Diego Surf Film Festival ’13
Honolulu Surf Film Festival ’13
Surf Film Festival Anglet ’13
Mill Valley Surf Film Festival ’13
Women Of The Seven Seas Surf Film Fest (NYC) ’13
London Surf Film Festival ’13
A southern California surf and turf blend, just in time for summer. This video is a scrapbook of many of my friends doing what they do best. Surfing, skating, partying.
I’d been planning on releasing this at the end of last summer, but life being what it is we didn’t get enough good surf days to flesh out the video the way I wanted. It’s taken a long time, but this is what I had envisioned when I first conceived of the video. The extra time allowed me to get more people in the video, so I think it turned out for the best. Enjoy!
Erin Ashley (Worm)
By The Way is a fifteen minute short surf film featuring Sara Taylor, Ornella Pellizzari, Silvana Lima, Margaux Arramon-Tucoo, Jenna Balester, Kim Kirch, Jen Smith, Courtney Conlogue, Danica Elbertse, Kaleigh Gilchrist, Rebecca Woods, Sofia Mulanovich, Malia Manuel, Leila Hurst.
Board Shorts Surf Film Festival 2012
San Diego Surf Film Festival 2012
California Surf Festival / Big Wednesdays Film Festival 2012
Carrot To A Knife Fight /
Silvana Lima Is Taking Over The Video /
This Is Margaux /
Empty Lowers /
a longboard jam.
feat: Jen Smith, Kassia Meador, Margaux Arramon-tucoo