In 1975, a young Michael Dweck and his buddy heard the rumor that the Rolling Stones would be recording at Andy Warhol’s place in Montauk, a small town on the corner of Long Island farthest from New York City. The two packed up the car and drove out with high hopes of meeting Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.
What Dweck discovered instead was a beautiful surf town that would serve as his muse for years to come.
As a professional photographer, it was natural for Dweck to begin documenting the surf culture of Montauk when he officially moved there in read more >>>
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