In France, there are destinations that are essential for surfing: Biarritz is one of them. Luckily for me, I was able to go there for three weeks.
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.
Hailing from an upbringing that most could not even imagine—one full of real and natural experiences—Maylies Lang has a unique eye for capturing the most honest moments. Through her education at the Vancouver Institute of Media Arts, Maylies draws on her natural surroundings for inspiration for her work. With her natural surroundings being the beautiful British Columbia, it was always destined that her work would be something to admire.
When I first discovered Eden Pogonoski, an 18-year-old originally from Thirroul on the south coast of New South Wales, I was automatically drawn to his work. Was it unique? Oh yes, it was. But not only that—his images were a reflection of his passion and his hard work, showcasing his commitment to the ocean in a manner that bring you into the action with him.
I come to the realization that surfing is not a hobby to me, but a necessity. My connection to surfing has become a spiritual one, and one that I’m unable to turn my back on, regardless of the situation.
Summer in the south-west of France offers surfing days that mark your mind for a year. This day was one of them.
Walking in the snow in the strong wind helps me feel that same sensation I get when I’m in the water—just facing the elements with my camera. This is what Textures of the Earth is: the discovery of a different therapy that Earth provides us with.
Surfing the Great Lakes has always been something that fascinated us and meeting Antonio, the Founder of Surf the Greats, was the perfect excuse for us to finally discover this unique surf community.
Kirra on the Gold Coast seemed fun a few weeks ago so Brenton de Rooy decided to go shoot some of his friends during the sunset. After playing with the photos for a while, he discovered a second variation to his double exposure images.
A road trip to the Outer Banks of North Carolina a few weeks ago gave us a new perspective of what adversity is while giving us the chance to surf.
Our photographer of the week is no one else than Marcus Paladino, a Vancouver Island surf photographer that is now living in Tofino and shooting high performance surfing. Dig into his mind in this interview.
The ocean doesn’t only bring us happiness, but it also allows us to get different perspectives of natural elements, such as the waves and the sand. In this photo essay, we explore the different textures that exist.
Need help finding good surf spots in the Philippines? It’s easy—go to Siargao Island and follow our small guide to help you find the best surf spots (don’t expect the secret ones though) and the best places for food.
Quebec has been having an amazing winter season and it was a matter of time until we found ourselves in the mountains with Les Chèvres de Montagne, a group of strong women practicing splitboarding.
It’s the story of a photographer seeking something unique at dawn. Setting aside any excuses. Warm coffee. Frozen hands. Cold sunrise. Thinking it's going to be worth it, because it always does.
The water hits you and you suddenly remember that you are not in Tahiti, but in the Mediterranean Sea. The feeling stays the same though, and this surf session was the best in a while. Surf photographer Florian Gruet talks about his latest underwater photos in Clear Water.
This interview is about Leïla Joy, a talented photographer from Sydney, Australia, with a passion for life and what shapes the world. Through her photos, she empowers women and showcases the harsh reality of third-world countries. Welcome in the mind of the most fascinating girl around.
Nouvelle Vague —Winter is a season of freezing temperature and thick wetsuits, but oh, waves are magnificent. Time to discover why winter is such a holy moment in our lives through Hugo Filipe Silva’s photos.
Surf Photographer Bryanna Bradley shares the importance of having a surf tribe and why it matters to her, especially now being surrounded by the female surf culture on the West Coast of Canada.
Nouvelle Vague - Photographer of the Week - Jason Landis. "I really just want people to see my work and feel happy, remember that life doesn’t have to be so serious. Your life is what you make it and you can make it whatever you want."
I truly believe everyone could benefit from taking a break of the fast-moving life to come to a place so loved by nature regardless of the temperature.
It is surprising to know that Florian Gruet started shooting in the sea at the end of July last year without any true expectation except pushing his skills forwards. By quitting the job he was tired of, he decided to follow a long-time dream that sounded crazy to him—photography.
For so long, I shot something I didn’t love to the point that I almost walked away from photography completely. Now, I combined two of my passions and I am the happiest.
Every day when I went home, my feet and body were cut up from the reef— and I was tired and frustrated. But I remembered what it was like for me when I first started to ski. You fall, you get back up, and you try again until it works.