Dion Agius is presented his first SURFING cover by editor-in-chief Taylor Paul.
Filmmaker Joe G and his subject, Dion.
It’s good to be on the cover of SURFING. Russian models swoon.
The party venue: The Spare Room at the Roosevelt Hotel. Note the two bowling lanes and suspendered scorekeeper.
Whiskey was the drink of choice.
Globe’s Seth Pulford and Kelley Meidroth.
Eric Geiselman was throwing up “Xs” all night.
Koa Smith was focused as well.
Your ad Here: Alex Smith with some empty real estate.
Managing Editor Beau Flemister, pretending to listen.
The world premier of “Electric Blue Heaven,” Joe G’s new short surf film shot at a wave pool in the Middle East.
Look for the film to premiere on surfingmagazine.com on June 18.
Dylan Graves and Tanner Gudauskas were in attendance.
SURFING’s Michael Kilcullen, enjoying the perks of a summer internship.
Eric Geiselman, Oliver Kurtz and Zander Morton.
“That’s a lot of zero’s.” Taylor Paul and Kelley Meidroth, going Dutch.
Girl, girl, girl, and girl.
Erika Getchel and Sahara Ray (daughter of Aussie legend Tony Ray), simply stunning.
Hurley’s Evan Slater and Pat Towersy.
Two girls to every one guy.
How good are whiskey gingers?
SURFING photographer Corey Wilson and photo editor Peter Taras, always on the job.
Balaram Stack, “She kept saying stuff about me not listening to her…I don’t know…I wasn’t really paying attention.”
Partygoers awaiting the party.
Shots were poured quite deep.
Taylor and Eric, just some party people.
And in conclusion, babes.