Tag archive for Tim Nunn

The Plastic Project

Images // Tim Nunn Longtime Approaching Lines friend and contributor Tim Nunn has spent a life travelling and shooting surf, in the early years film, then as editor of Wavelength Surfing magazine and most recently roaming the colder ends of the planet with fellow feral…

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Blue Black

Our friends at Strong Adolfos, in association with Circle Contemporary Gallery, Wadebridge have a cold water surf exhibition coming up featuring work from some of our favourite collaborators and creatives including lensmen Tim Nunn, Mickey Smith, David Grey and John Eldridge, talented artist Ben Cook…

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Iceland: Total White Out

Words and Images: Tim Nunn Ian Battrick spent a month or so in Iceland sleeping rough, camping and hunting for waves, just following swell and weather on his own or with Icelandic friends. Known for his cold water missions for the last ten years, Ian has…

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Special screening of Sight | Sound

Friday 29th March, 8pm sees a special showcase of Mikey de Temple’s beautiful ode to waveriding ‘Sight | Sound’ at Finisterre’s HQ in St Agnes, Cornwall. Spring is a time of change; solitary winter sessions melt way and familiar faces return to the line-up. It’s…

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NUMB in Cornwall

  Image: Tim Nunn The water temperature is dancing between 8 and 9 degrees in the southwest at the moment but looks like this weekend should deliver something of note to Cornish shores. Hopefully something like this served up by lenseman Tim Nunn who will…

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The Process: Numb

Words and Images: Tim Nunn Creative projects can start life from the smallest ideas, sometimes growing and mushrooming into all consuming behemoths that can dominate lives. In ‘The Process’ we’ll be inviting filmmakers, artists, writers and artisans to discuss projects or elements of their creative…

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