Photographers

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

by Glenn Sakamoto on March 28, 2012 · 1 comment

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]

Mark Tipple

by Glenn Sakamoto on March 16, 2012 · 1 comment

Mark Tipple is a talented Australian surfer/photographer/filmmaker who is the creator of “The Underwater Project.” Instead of your standard surf photography, Mark’s images reveal the power of the ocean and his subject’s raw emotion. We spoke with Mark to learn more. [click to continue]

Dave Homcy

by Glenn Sakamoto on September 15, 2011 · 7 comments

Dave Homcy is an accomplished filmmmaker based in Hawaii known for his work on Sliding Liberia. His recent film collaboration, Come Hell or High Water with Keith Malloy, celebrates the art of bodysurfing. We spoke with Dave to learn more about his life and inspiration. [click to continue]

Luca Merli

by Mac Feller on July 29, 2011 · 3 comments

Luca Merli is a talented Italian surfer/filmaker. His latest project, Onde Nostre, follows the well-known surfer Allessandro Ponzanelli. We spoke with Luca to learn more. [click to continue]

Ryan Heywood

by Glenn Sakamoto on July 5, 2011 · 1 comment

Ryan Heywood is a photographer/surfer from Australia. Inspired by music, energy, and the ocean, Ryan creates brilliant imagery with film and is also the creator of a bodysurfing-only blog. In this interview, like his art, he keeps it simple and to the point. [click to continue]

Keith Novosel

by Glenn Sakamoto on May 24, 2011 · 6 comments

Keith Novosel is a talented surfer/photographer originally from the East Coast, currently residing in the Northwest. His photographs capture those subtle, in-between moments that a surfer experiences both in and out of the water. We spoke with Keith to learn more. [click to continue]