Nestor Tello had a dream of creating a surf culture in Colombia like those found in Australia, Peru and Brazil. He bought a second-hand board, taught himself how to surf and now teaches the kids in his village because, as Nestor puts it, “surfing offers good values for life.”
In July 2015 a massive swell hit Teahupoo, Tahiti in French Polynesia. This swell created massive 30 foot waves surfed by Raimana, Matahi Drollet, Niccolo Porcella, Matehau Tetopata, Oliver Kurtz, Russell Bierke and more. This aerial video was filmed with a DJI Inspire and Phantom 3. Teahupoo is one of the most powerful and deadly […]
“Getting tossed around by shorebreak and slammed into the sand day after day is a rough go; Clark Little wouldn’t have it any other way. In fact, for the North Shore local, it’s all in a good day’s work. But the Waimea addict didn’t grow up snapping shots with his father’s camera like so many […]
Pascale Honore’s dream of surfing was derailed after a car accident left her paraplegic. That was until family friend Tyron Swan came up with a unique solution. Watch Pascale’s dream become a reality with a little help from Tyron and a duct tape harness.
O’Neill challenged six filmmakers to rethink the genre of surf films and the only way we can describe the latest short from Sundance award winning director Stefan Nadelman for O’Neill’s UNREASONABLE film festival is that it’s an art trip with equal parts art and trip. It’s like surfing’s version of Valhalla, if Valhalla were a montage […]
They call her The Flying Squirrel. She may well be the best six-year-old surfer and skater on the planet.