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Arctic Surf Film
[21 Sep 2009 | No Comment | 3,344 views]

First Ascent and Yassine Ouhilal put together this beautifully captured arctic surf trip. All filmed with a Canon EOS 5D Mark II.

Christian Wach, Cyrus Sutton, Matthew Whitehead, Patric Millin, and Michel Jakobi rounded out the crew.

Check out the video for sure, it’s worth it.

Shea’s Left – Transmitting from the Unknown
[29 Aug 2009 | No Comment | 1,458 views]

SO SICK. From Strangeday Productions.

Dear and Yonder
[9 Aug 2009 | No Comment | 2,746 views]

Woodshed Films is touring their new movie, Dear & Yonder. Features Lisa Andersen, Kassia Meador, Sofia Mulanovich, Sally Fitzgibbons, Belinda Baggs, Linda Benson, Rell Sunn, Silvana Lima, Prue Jeffries, Coco Ho, Stephanie Gilmore, and more.

Alaia perfection
[31 Jul 2009 | No Comment | 1,429 views]

This is the first Alaia video I’ve enjoyed. Probably because the surfer isn’t a counter-culture hipster kook.

Ryan Craig – Ireland Spread
[18 Jul 2009 | 2 Comments | 2,571 views]

Santa Cruz photographer Ryan Craig just scored a double page spread of his Ireland shot in the latest Surfer Magazine.

Josh Mulcoy scores mainland Mexico
[16 Jul 2009 | One Comment | 1,518 views]

Fox Surf and Josh Mulcoy score a Mexican “somewhere”.

Nat Young – Ripping Nicaragua
[15 Jul 2009 | No Comment | 3,913 views]

Nat Young is coming up in the surf world. Every time I see him surf he’s a whole new machine. Definitely putting all the other up and coming groms in their place. Here he is in a pumping video, scoring Nicaragua.

Jamie O’Brien – Who is JOB Trailer
[15 Jul 2009 | No Comment | 1,885 views]

Here’s the trailer for the upcoming surf movie featuring the god himself, Jamie O’Brien. Coming Fall 2009 from Redbull, Etnies, Boost Mobile, Rusty, and Arnette.

Wave of the Day – Dean Morrison at Supertubes
[9 Jul 2009 | No Comment | 1,057 views]

In Surf News is starting to figure out what’s up. More surfing!

Clark Little video
[17 Jun 2009 | 4 Comments | 14,389 views]

Most photographers won’t risk going over the falls to get unique perspectives. Clark Little risks everything to get the shot and we thank him for it. Some of those waves look like they hurt.