Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Hangs Upon Nothing

I've always had a soft spot for the midwestern surf clientele. To most out here on the West coast, we're kind of charming know, all full of fresh, land-locked perspective and an unexplainable wonderment over trunking it in knee-high rollers. And if you still need further proof, just ask Jeremy Rumas. In case you haven't heard of him, Jeremy is originally from Chicago. Jeremy picked up surfing a little later in life (24 years young). And Jeremy is about to release his debut film Hangs Upon Nothing. This thing looks like a visual Thanksgiving feast, oozing the haze and hues on Indonesia's mystical coastlines and magnificent people. All garnished to an lively original score from Indiana-based Turbofire to Zenith. Seriously, if this is what landlocked can do, I don't want the key.