Showing work at Surfrider Foundation's International Surfing Day Festival

I'm excited to be showing my work at the celebration of International Surfing Day in San Francisco, this Saturday, June 21st.

San Francisco Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation
3830 Noriega St, San Francisco, California 94122

For full event info, see

Event Timeline:

10a-12p - Paddle out & Beach Clean up at Noriega & Great Highway.

1p - Sunset - BBQ at the Church of Surf

2p - Forest Sun - a San Francisco-based singer-songwriter with an old soul and a voice that’ll melt your heart. His rootsy, laid-back songs have won songwriting competitions and been featured on MTV. Prepare yourselves for the sun-soaked good vibes of Forest Sun, Forest will be joined by touring partner, Transylvanian chanteusse, Ingrid Serban."

3p - DriftingSand - Help us celebrate a local surf band. We are stoked to have Drifting Sand perform and celebrate the release of their new album

4pm - Joshua Cook & The Key of Now
Former lead guitarist and back-up vocalist of The Soft White Sixties, Joshua Cook is a veteran of soul-infused rock and roll. He introduced his solo project, The Key of Now, with the debut single “All Bad Things" in 2013, harnessing a stripped-back, power pop sound along with drummer Nick Fishman and bassist Tommy Folen.

- International Surfing Day is an annual worldwide celebration of surfing held on June 20 (The San Francisco Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation is celebrating on June 21st)
- A day to give thanks and go surfing, ISD organizers aim to raise awareness of the state of our oceans, waves and beaches and help protect and preserve these recreation areas. Surfrider Foundation and industry friends and partners will commemorate the day by hosting events around the world.