Tuesday, July 21, 2009


Hey guys

In the past year or so Ive picked up some camera gear and started shooting, mainly surf photography. Ive fell in love with it and spent some time and hard earned money on this hobby. I never pursued this to make money. I just enjoyed shooting friends, family and whoever comes along......

.....Long story short, I had to sell my camera equipment ( Lenses, water housing, etc etc ) to pay some bills. Now that its gone the bug has bitten me and have been aching to get back behind the lens.

Anyway. I figured I'd try to put these photos to good use. I've selected a few photos that might strike some interest and could be a great addition to your living room, office, coffee table, garage or wherever. I would appreciate it if you could take the time and browse through photos

Please email me for any interest in purchasing prints in this gallery. ( These will be high quality prints, no home printer crap, no water marks. it will be signed just for you :) I will even do a quick portrait shot of you with a print purchase :)

Thank you for taking time reading this and enjoy browsing the gallery.

Here is the link:


I would truly appreciate it if you guys could forward this to your friends and family.

Thanks and Enjoy!
Ian Zamora
818 730 8615

If you're too lazy to click on the link, here's a few samples:

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Close to Home Trailer

Close to Home is a story about two regular people doing what every surfer dreams about - taking a year and traveling to as many places as possible to score epic waves! Puerto Rico, the Maldives, New Zealand, and South and West Oz act as the backdrop for beautiful adventures and lessons learned in environmental protection.

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Maiden Voyage Today

I haven't made myself a board since last fall. I think it was the Clownfish. I've had alot of ideas on things that I wanted to make, but just not the time to do it. A few weeks ago, I was stuck at home tending to some domestic responsibilities. Mainly I just had to be present. So, instead of finishing up Dylan's shape, or starting Robert's (Sorry guys), I shaped myself something. I wanted something for summer, and started off just shaping myself the usual run of the mill Keel, but, just about when I was going to cut the tail out, I decided against it. I modified the lost rocket tail to fit on a really wide template and turned the thing into a quad. So, think of it as a Keel, meets Mini-Sims, meets Lost Rocket, and set it all up as a quad. Well, we'll see how it goes.

DIMS: 5'7 X 21" X 2 1/4"