Long live surf film!
An conversation with film director Michael Oblowitz.
For a hundred or so local surfers, day-tripping Sinaloa is— tentatively—back on the table.
Offshore rescues and high-minded business models with Tom Kay—seaman, surfer, manufacturer.
In the 1980s, Texan Jimmy Metyko was exactly the shooter Santa Barbara County needed.
Typhoid, dengue fever, heartbreak, madness. Looking behind the scenes of Rob Machado's ill-fated 2009 biopic, "The Drifter."
Point surf and volcanic hardscrabble in the Eastern Atlantic.
Portraits of surfers by a non surfer.
A 200-year-old woodblock print is the most widely dispersed image of a single wave ever produced. Today, its impact still reverberates across the visual landscape.
The high-impact imagery and unassuming presence of Trevor Moran.
Deconstructing competition surfing to redress the loss of purist aesthetics.
Surviving a Tahitian punch through the skull.
An authentic special from south of the border.
Thoughts on the nature of surf sonics.