What we do
For the last two decades, we’ve contributed features, interviews, reviews and profiles to the national press and international lifestyle media on topics including surf, travel, car culture, adventure, and media. We‘re drawn to the human stories that lie at the intersection of the counter culture and the mainstream.
Alongside, we’ve written ten critically acclaimed non-fiction books exploring surf, culture, travel, people, adventure and football, published by the likes of National Geographic, Footprint Handbooks and Penguin.
how we do it
We’ve travelled from frigid outposts to jungle fringes, tracked down pioneers and underground heroes, spent a year on the road and a lifetime in the sea, all in the name of research. From ideation through to writing, editing and delivery, we have turned our passion for community, culture and authentic storytelling into features and best-selling books that have spawned spin-offs and series.
WHO WE DO IT FOR
We’ve worked with publishers including Footprint, Lonely Planet, Fernhurst and Penguin and written for the likes of The Telegraph, The Times, The Guardian, The Independent, FT, The Observer, Metro, GQ, Esquire, Huck, Health & Fitness, Classic Cars Magazine, Influx, Surfin’ Life, Glide, Magicseaweed, Surfline, Wavelength, Surf Girl, Backwash and Carve.
A few of our favourites
People, places, pioneers.
WHAT THEY SAY
Superb – a testament to the spirit of the surfers who are out there year after year, building the world’s frigid beauty into the stuff that fires the soul.The Surfer’s Journal – in praise of ‘Cold Water Souls’
Immaculately well researched, beautifully put together and with a unique approach, the ultimate tool for seasoned away fans.The Scratching Shed, LUFC – in praise of ‘Around the Grounds’
An invaluable resource – a one-stop guide to surfing across the continent.Surfer Magazine – in praise of ‘Surfing Europe’
So well researched, written and photo edited, it’s gotta be close to the best surf guide book I’ve ever seen.Australian Surfing Life Magazine – in praise of ‘Surfing the World’
The best surfing book to ever come out of the UK, stands shoulder to shoulder with the best pieces of surfing literature on a global level.Wavelength – in praise of ‘Cold Water Souls’