During his few years on this planet, Sandy Kerr has stayed close to the home he was born into to surf the waves on his doorstep that in hushed tones, some might say are the best in Europe.

He embodies British surfing in a way few can, his mantelpiece might not be bowing from the weight of trophies it hold but the amount of snapped boards in the garage tell their own story.

A film by Lewis Arnold and Chris McClean .

Produced by Matt Smith
Edited by Chris McClean
Voices Sandy, Kathy and Tony Kerr
Additional footage by Chris Case
Sound Design by CJ Mirra
North Sea Holes performed by Ewan MacColl

Special thanks to Tom and all at Finisterre

Cargo Collective 2017 — Frogtown, Los Angeles