The Surfers Journal
Guest edited by TSJ 32.4 cover occupier Mark Healey.
On the wave that made her, fighting for female representation, the Irons brothers, being invited to the Eddie, the dichotomy between freedom and conservatism, and…
On wanting to be somebody, lessons learned from his father, pouring himself into his pursuits, his be-the-best mentality, the power of visualization, and Wave Ki.
In a controlled situation—at a five star resort with access to an exclusive wave, working alongside one of the world’s premier surf coaches—can an average…
On filmmaking, skating, persisting through failure, transparency as an artist, what draws him to his subjects, anti-consumerism, self-expression, and finding freedom in detachment.
The artist and 32.4 profile subject on the landscapes, people, and music that impact her practice.
On riding switch, finding his way to Pipeline, the recipe for a perfect trip, Waimea’s mechanics, clean living, the virtue of humility, and enlisting in…
On being held hostage by Somali pirates, the power of optimism, his first phone call, sanity and remembrance, anger, and forgiveness.
At 21 Bunker Spreckels inherited millions, by 27 he was dead.
On nose-riding at Pipeline, mentors, curation and Super X Media, Bunker Spreckels, and facilitating connections between tradition and youth culture in Japan.
On filmmaking, name calling, assimilating to the North Shore, the Momentum Generation, surfing in Chile with Miki Dora, imposter syndrome, and searching for waves in…
A scene report from Peru with TSJ 32.4 profile subject Miguel Tudela.
A profile of underground legend Eric Haas. From the back-files of TSJ 9.1.
Animator and surfer Stephen Hillenburg’s brainchild made his debut around a Baja campfire. Knowing the artist’s background, that should come as no surprise.
Quietly forceful, Joey Hamasaki was an Ala Moana beacon.
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