Kuni Takanami is a talented surfer/photographer born in Japan and now residing in Australia, Sought after by numerous surf magazines and sportswear companies, Kuni travels the world looking for interesting people and places to capture the light through his unique lens. We spoke with him to learn more. [click to continue]
Todd Glaser is a talented photographer from San Diego, California. Trained at the renowned Brooks Institute, Todd was the winner of the 2008 Follow The Light Grant. As a staff photographer for Surfer Magazine, he now travels the world to capture some of the biggest names on the most famous waves. We spoke with Todd to learn more. [click to continue]
John Witzig is a name synonymous with Australian surfing and particularly surfing journalism. How times have changed with the latter. Back in Witzig’s era, communication to surfing magazines in California was a traditionally typed letter with black and white prints enclosed, [click to continue]
From director Doug Walker (Lost & Found) in conjunction with The Photographers Journal comes a look at photographer Ryan Struck.
School of Visual Arts (SVA) presents “Art Brewer: Surf Evolution,” a retrospective celebrating the work of legendary surf photographer Art Brewer, who has spent four decades documenting and shaping surf culture around the globe. [click to continue]
Will Adler is a surfer/photographer from Santa Barbara, CA. His photographic images capture moments of time that stir memories of our collective ocean experience. We spoke with Will to learn more about what stokes his creativity. [click to continue]
I’m not going to act like I’ve been all over the world and surfed a lot of iconic waves. If I did that, I’d be lying. You can count my foreign surf travels on one hand. Out of the world-class waves located on the West Coast, I’ve surfed very few of them. So, I’m no expert. [click to continue]