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Ripple Effect: Bob Hurley

Hurley – from backyard shaper to multi-million dollar brand // Screen writing. We were stoked to be commissioned to tell Bob Hurley’s inspiring story for the award winning series The Ripple Effect for Red Bull TV in association with Hamblin Imagery. Featuring: Bob Hurley, Craig…

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Approaching Lines 2016 Teaser

May 12 – 15 2016, we’re stoked to be hosting the 3rd Annual Approaching Lines International Festival of Surf x REEF  in Cornwall. Bringing to the southwest two nights of the very best surf films from across the globe from European premieres and multi-award winning features…

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Taro Tamai – Life on a Leeward Slope

Words: Chris Nelson  // Images: Richie Hopson  Taro Tamai steals a glance out of his kitchen window, away to the east. The large wooden frame is filled by the towering presence of Mount Yotei, the snowcapped volcanic cone that dominates the Niseko area of Hokkaido. For a few…

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The Guardian: Icy Shores

Chris Nelson for the Guardian on the extreme surfers travelling to icy shores to find the perfect wave and the films that tell their stories. Extract below.                

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Viking Peaks

Words: Chris Nelson A taste of sulphur rides on the heavy mist that drifts across the dark barren landscape while the bleached peaks of far-off summits fade from view. The foreground is fractured and broken, the surface a crumbled canvas riven with deep channels and…

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The Adjusters

Words: Chris Nelson Image: Demi Taylor Portugal, 2002 The voice is rich, well spoken – expat with southern Africa lilt. “So there I was, naked, and I turned around to see this Portuguese guy running off with my mini-malibu under his arm. So I grabbed my…

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Surf Riding is the source…

Lost in the National Trust archives for decades, this public service broadcast film (1940s) showcases the art of ‘Surf Riding’and  reveals the joy and exhilaration of riding waves on these simple wooden belly boards, a quintessentially British coastal pastime… The last National Trust World Bellyboard…

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Summer Mixtape

You can smell it on your shoulders, hot from the sun, good and aching from the long paddle back; you can feel it on your face, crusted in salt as long days stretch those small swells out towards nightfall: summer is here. Right on cue,…

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SOLSTICE

Happy Solstice slyders!    

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Martin Jackson – Adventures in Lo-Fi

Images: Martin Jackson // Scroll below for image details – the names are almost as awesome as the watercraft themselves! Martin Jackson has the kind of stoke for waveriding that is infectious to be around. In a culture where creativity is increasingly funnelled down an…

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