The Next Generation: Quincy Davis

by Dena Silver


Quincy Davis

Is the East End social scene feeling a bit passé? There are a slew of new names to know, and hot off the presses from the latest issue of The Daily Summer, we’re sharing 10 fresh faces to get familiar with out in the Hamps. Welcome to Next Generation week! Some come from storied families, others are self-made…meet the chicsters of tomorrow. And finally, we introduce you to Quincy Davis, a Montauk-born surfer who’s tackling the world, one wave at a time…

Mom & Dad: Paul and Paulette Davis, co-owners of The Davis Group & Associates, Inc.

9 to 5: Champion surfer

Street cred: Montauk, born and raised

Prodigal Daughter: “My whole family is into surfing, and growing up I was like, ‘I’m not going to be a surfer like you.’ But when I was seven, my brother got me into it, and once I started, I never really stopped.”

First Job: “When I was 12, Volcom saw me surfing in Puerto Rico and signed me as a sponsor. I wear their clothes and bikinis every day, and I’ll be in their upcoming ad campaigns.”

Summer Steez: “I pretty much wear a bikini all day, every day. I have hundreds of them.”

Locals Only: “I hate going to Ditch Plains beach at midday. It’s like a zoo down there!”

Family Matters: “I always hang out at Happy Bowls, my brother Tyler and my mom’s açai bar in Montauk.”

Frequent Flyer: “This year alone I was in Australia, Tahiti, New Zealand, and Puerto Rico. I also spend a lot of time in Oahu at my friend Coco Ho’s house.”

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