Two surfers and an old Super 8 camera for a trip to a little unknown surf paradise in a remote region of Africa. Directed by Luca Merli.
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]
Steve Cleveland is a talented surfer/filmmaker and is the creator of his latest film, A Paradigm Shift. Fast moving and full of action, it features such talents as Jared Mell, Alex Knost, Joel Tudor, and Kassia Meador. We spoke with Steve 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]
Tom Curren is a three-time world champion surfer from Santa Barbara, California, and the son of big wave legend Pat Curren. Highly influential during the eighties, many surfers worshipped Curren’s preternatural surfing ability and hung the famous cutback photo by Tom Servais on their bedroom wall. Adding singer and songwriter to his resumé, Curren released his new album “In Plain View” on April 2nd and is taking his musical act on the road after a string of dates on the West Coast with Ben Howard. [click to continue]
A fun little movie by Thomas Campbell featuring a little bit of surfin’ and skatin.’
Matt Chojnacki and Andrew Warhust explore the land and her waters, a place they call Vandiemans Land. Film by Nicholas Damen.
Chronicling one of the most important times of surfing history, Australian photographer and surfer John Witzig faithfully captures with words and pictures the ethos of the Shortboard Revolution. Those were exciting times, a “golden age” as the title of his new book suggests, when surfboards evolved from ten feet to six feet in a short span of a few years. [click to continue]