Cold water surfers sit on the edge of the global surf scene, far removed from the glamour of tropical waters and palm-tree fringed sunsets. Icelandic surfers are possibly the furthest removed of all, yet their biggest problem is their relationship with the notorious North Wind.
The Accord is a film about surfers in the most hallowed of conditions when the wind plays fair... and what they get up to when it doesn't.
Farming and surfing- who knew? Well... Fergal Smith apparently.
Founded on a love for the land as well as the ocean, Moy Hill's aim is to provide an outlet for surfers (and anyone else) looking to give back, inspire a new generation of young farmers and encourage other local communities to support their own farming projects and sovereignty of resources too.
Review of North of the Sun from Adventure Travel Film Club, January 2016.
Sometimes the universe will throw you an opportunity so golden, so perfect and so right that you have no other option except to follow it.
This series is what happens when you follow your passion to the ends of the Earth.
"Surfers are seekers. We search remote, forgotten coastlines, watching patiently for hours, days, weeks. We read changes in nature, looking for the smallest signs that the next wave will be the one. We make ourselves available to possibility."
Images: Chris McClean
The planet is 70% water. Our bodies are 70% water. We are made of the same stuff. We are linked to the ocean on a cellular level. If we poison the ocean with plastic... can you see our problem?
Joel Bishop is the founder of Westcountry Surf School based in Watergate Bay near Newquay in Cornwall.
Seafox caught up with Joel at his cliff top shipping-container-come-Surf-School to discuss surfing in the UK, the ocean and sharing his passion for waves through teaching and inspiring others.
Mickey Smith enchants again with his latest project A Blaze of Feather. Featuring a few familiar names, trademark scenic soundscapes and imagery which is awe-inspiring and moody, this is A Blaze of Feather and EP1.
Award winning short film from Mickey Smith. Capturing those who capture, Dark Side of the Lens looks at the high highs and low lows faced by dedicated surf photographers in the most inspiring and unforgiving conditions.
This movie is about the silent work horses of the surfing world and the riders that challenge heavy water but it is the coastline itself that steals the show thanks to powerful storytelling and superb cinematography.
Definitely something to tell the nephews about, we certainly dig the thought of this film.
"Pain is a shortcut to mindfulness"
See more of Chris's sick photography here.
Seeing the sea is like taking a deep breath. It takes away troubles & worries. Then getting into the sea is the next level. It brings a feeling of calm and happiness - every. single. time.
After a sellout show in London’s Electric Ballroom and a summer of international festivals, award winning Cape Town native Jeremy Loops is returning to the UK in support of his debut album: Trading Change. Boasting a wide range of influences and widely acclaimed live shows, we caught up with Mr Loops for a taster of what to expect.
Reef's Just Passing Through series explores Ireland with Taylor Knox and Ben Skinner and captures the allure of dark skies and stormy seas the Emerald Isle offers.