A photographer, a thinker, a filmmaker—Luca Werner does it all. Mostly focused on skateboarding and the little moments of life, Luca try to capture the details and the emotions of a specific time with his camera.
The landscapes here are really lunar. It’s wild and it’s cold. A griffon vulture fly over us—we see his shadow before raising our heads to see it in all its size, surely attracted by the hares frolicking in the plains below.
I had arrived on the North Shore of Hawaii three weeks ago, in search of a legendary wave—Pipeline. It is a wave so perfect that it occupies the dreams of surfers everywhere on the planet. Pipeline sits, hidden in plain sight, in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. But the goal wasn’t to catch one of these waves for myself, but rather, as a surf photographer, to capture a shot of the world’s greatest surfers catching one of the greatest waves of their lives.
Taking inspiration from fringe movements of the more mature surf cultures in California and Hawaii, The Cold Feet Club promotes choosing the right board for the waves, which is inevitably something of the single fin or twin-fin variety, and having a fun, expressive, creative time in the water.
Alejo is the stranger that has decided to take the leap two years ago, quitting his job and his stable routine in Buenos Aires, Argentina, to go live fully. His travels not only became his learning experience, but he truly immersed himself into photography and finally found his true calling, a job that make his heart beat to the rhythm of the waves.
The fog, the rain and the rich greens embrace us with a unique ambiance, one unique to most surf destinations. With a background in photography, I almost immediately felt as though I didn’t have an option: I needed to put on some fins, swim out with my friends, and bring the same exposure the male surfers were getting to the unique female surf community of Tofino.
On her latest trip to Bali, the Amsterdam-based photographer, Maeve Stam, discovered the beauty inside out of Jette Edens and decided to capture her essence on films. It was raw, it was natural, it was unexpected—it was honest.
At 25 years old, Rachel Frankenbach decided that it was time for her to pack her bags and leave Germany in search of new adventures. Leaving with her digital camera and an open mind, she moved to Australia and stopped along the way to places such Indonesia and India. Now only shooting with film cameras, Rachel mostly try to showcase moments at sea during stormy days as well as the people around her.
We’re all using the golden hour as our secret weapon, either for catching waves by ourselves or capturing the perfect light with our camera. We know how powerful it is to be in the ocean when the sun is slowly rising or setting in the sky.
Every Wednesday, read our Wandering Diary to fall in love with new places you probably forgot about. The photos, curated via our hashtag #WanderingDiary, may make you want to leave for a tropical destination or may motivate you to pack your bag and head to the mountains.
Michael Beck noticed how often he was photographing women; beautiful, strong, and intelligent women and thus Unstuck Woman was born. This project is simply about photographing women who are empowered, who are nurturing and loving but also hardworking and passionate.
During a trip to Sri Lanka filled by simple yet amazing shots of the culture and their adventures, Morgan Woods and Christian Quinlan quickly became one of our favorite travel couples. Two beautiful minds that are worth listening to and discovering, right here with us.
Both a photographer and writer, Catherine's always been an inspiration for us, no matter if it was in French or in English.A passionate girl that proves that no matter where you’re from, the surfing lifestyle is never unattainable.
Jakob Gjerluff’s photos are, simply put, breath taking. Drawing on inspiration from both modern day photographic artists and the pioneering photographers of old; Jakob’s photos leave viewers in a sense of awe.
With interests spread from music to surfing and a photographic portfolio that would impress even the most veteran of professional photographers; it’s safe to say that Tyler Walker is paving his own way as a photographer and having the best time possible.
Jeremie and I head down to La Vague à Guy for a nice morning session before starting a busy work day. For a very long time, I’ve wanted to create a special black and white series of river surfing and with the pretty overcast weather, it was the perfect opportunity to make my vision become reality.
Living in the beautiful city of Vancouver, Canada, Maks Eidelson draws his inspiration from the ocean and moments on the road. Always working on a new artistic project or on his creative agency, Danke Club, Maks is always on the move and full of surprises.
It was only natural that Tim Kothlow would find his way into a career in photography. Working with members of the Women’s World Tour—Tim’s portfolio is filled with beautifully orchestrated photos both in and out of the water. I spent some time talking to him to see what the driving force is behind his desire for photography.
At only 15, you could find Jake in and out the sea, day and night. With the hope of getting a better understanding of who Jake Schrier is and what inspires him, we asked him a few questions concerning his work and life in California. A truly talented guy that we’re looking forward to following grow along the best.
This feeling he felt while being in Hawaii followed him back to Quebec and pushed him to quit his job, pack everything and start a new adventure on the West Coast of Canada. Since then, we can find Maxime Samson in Tofino during the summer/fall time and follow him in a new country every year for winter.