There’s no easy way to say goodbye to a friend, especially when they’ve supported you through your darkest times.
Made possible by Patagonia
Generous support from: First Descents, Ruffwear and Snow Peak
In order of appearance: Ben Moon & Denali
Producer: Ben Moon // Moonhouse
Directed / edited / written: Ben Knight // Felt Soul Media
DP: Skip Armstrong // Wazee Motion Pictures
Second Camera: Page Stephenson
Co-Writer: Katie Klingsporn
Wet Camera: Justin Harris
Sound Recordist: Jim Hurst
Music Supervisor: Ben Knight and Chris Parker
Sound Mix: Justin Harris
Narrated by: Ben Knight
Music by: Chihei Hatakeyama, Images of a Broken Light ? chihei.org
Music by: Odesza, It’s Only [feat. Zyra] In Return, odesza.com, courtesy of Counter Records 2014
Still Photographs by: Ben Moon, Lisa Hensel, Carli Davidson, Miranda Moon, Vivian Moon, Jean Redle Dawn Kish, Lisa Skaff, Pete Rudge, Kristen & Ian Yurdin, and John Sterling
Take a little trip to Barbados with Cyrus Sutton.
Mick Rodgers from the dust bowl to pleasure dome.
Shot+Edited: Soren Heil
Assist: Evan Tipton
Music: Twin Caverns – “Swell” and Clockwork – “Dent”
As seen on Peanut Butter Coast
About a year ago, I interviewed Ira Mowen. Ira is on a quest to catch the only German wave, before the ship that produces it is gone forever. He’s been documenting his journey, in a film named Surf Berlin. That film now has a kickstarter campaign.
Check out the Surf Berlin Kickstarter campaign here. My interview with Ira can be read here.
TSJ contributor Michael Kew, documents Jimmy Gamboa and Adam Muniak, playing with some Liddle displacement hulls at Rincon,
By The Surfer’s Jounal
Shared via Peanut Butter Coast
Surfboard shapers are insatiable – it is their best characteristic. No amount of shaping and glossing, designing and calculating will ever fulfill a shaper. There is always a blank template, always potential. And, this insatiable drive continuously causes shapers to draw outside the lines and create radically new surfboard designs. It keeps our sport evolving. The crew at Starboard is no different. Their foam / carbon fiber design gives the feel of classic glass and foam, as well as extreme strength from space-age materials. These boards have the brains and the brawn.
The weeds of homophobia intrude and pollute nearly every community, including surfing. It is appalling that within a culture known for its accepting and loving persona, a group of people feel unwelcomed and discriminated against. “Out in the Lineup”, a new film by Ian W. Thomson, is driving to alleviate this intolerance. Bigotry is caused by a lack of understanding and “Out in the Lineup” offers the chance to learn about and understand a group of people who share a common relationship – surfing. Although the film has not been released yet (due to release in March) we here at Stoke Harvester want to raise awareness for this important movie and encourage you to check out the film.
“Peace is a daily, a weekly, a monthly process, gradually changing opinions, slowly eroding old barriers, quietly building new structures.” – John F. Kennedy
A visual expedition thru the many facets of Chemistry. Since our beginning, we have always taken pride in staying original by showcasing what makes us who we are. Never ones to follow the trends, take the retro path, or bite others style. We keep moving into the future our way. We are The Tomorrows People.
Edited by: Eric Warner
Filmed by: Eric Warner, Mike Gleason, Joe Guagliardo, and Scott Smith.
Check out Body Glove’s “Live From The Moon” on iTunes now
Surfers: Cheyne Magnusson, Mike Gleason, Todd Prestage