We don’t see enough of Clay Marzo. It’s a good thing and a bad thing — the lack of content makes it that much better when we do get a taste of Marzo’s out-of-this-world surfing, but it sure is a long wait in between clips. Take, for example, the surfing you see above. The clip, shot by Adam Klevin and edited by Shaun Swink, is just a few minutes of Clay surfing a pitching barrel over what looks to be basically dry reef. It showcases his unmatched skill riding on his backhand in difficult-to-surf waves, and it’s just more proof that Clay Marzo is unlike any other surfer in the world.