Joe Radano – Portland, ME – 27 – Surf Shop Attendant
Filmmaker Statement: In short, surfing in Maine is often not taken seriously. By whom? Well…by people who take surfing seriously. Drastic tides, lack of solid and consistent surf, cold weather and limited beach access makes surfing in Maine seem like a subtle, quiet little fart in the night. Although, people do surf here and now more than ever it seems that people are becoming more passionate about surfing. Mark Yaggie and Nick Power are both transplants like myself and while we can complain about conditions not being good enough and how much of a process it is when its cold and…yeah how cold it is. I think we all moved here to find something hidden in Maine. To find a place that isn’t perfect for surfing. To find a place where surfing is weird and not normal.
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