P R O F I L E S T O R I E S
Ed Gillet’s solo crossing from California to Hawaii remains the boldest kayak voyage ever survived, but never fully told. Now paddling’s most enigmatic icon breaks his decades of silence. By Dave Shively / Portraits by Robert Zaleski Originally published in Canoe & Kayak magazine's May 2014 edition
Veterans, PTSD, and Paddling
Paddling becomes more than just paddling when the waters rise and erase your life. By Dave Shively Originally published in Canoe & Kayak magazine's March 2013 40th Anniversary Special Edition
Eli Landis, central PA's hard-charging, truck-driving creekboater, featured in the 'Covert Operators' profile package from Canoe & Kayak's May 2013 issue.
Why SUP Enigma Tom Jones is Paddling to Hawaii By Dave Shively / Portraits by JP Van Swae Originally published in SUP magazine's Winter 2015 edition.
Matt Krizan: What I Learned Paddling the Entire California Coast. By Dave Shively / Portrait by JP Van Swae Published in the June 2014 edition of Canoe & Kayak