Bill Andrews (photographer)
Bill Andrews (bornAugust 18, 1944 ), is a surfer documentary photographer and archivist.
Andrews surfed his first wave in 1957 at La Jolla Shores. He joined the line-up at Windansea Beach in the early sixties and claims have been made that he was one of the first to discover and surf the world class waves at Black's Beach, despite the fact that many older local surfers had surfed it earlier. In July of 1965 his surfing skills won him the cover of Surfer magazine, Vol. 6 No. 3.
Andrews has been cited in numerous articles and videos on surf history including "Welcome to Windansea" by Chris Ahrens, "The Strange Disappearance of Ron Stoner" by Matt Warshaw, "Photo / Stoner" by Matt Warshaw  and Ty Ponder's "Sea Level Pressure" 
In recent years, Bill Andrews has become one of the major archivists of modern surf culture with his eclectic online chronicle A Day with BA.
- SURFER'S JOURNAL (Summer 2000)
- SURFER'S JOURNAL (Summer 1995)
- PHOTO / STONER (2006)
- SEA LEVEL PRESSURE (2006)
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