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Dan Malloy Interview

We are stoked to bring you an interview with Dan Malloy this week. Dan is the first pro surfer we’ve interviewed. In the past two years we’ve focused heavily on surfboard construction so most of our interviews have been with shapers. However, as the “green” movement in surfing continues to grow, and perhaps dilute itself, […]

By • Nov 24th, 2008 • Category: diy, interviews,, skateboarding

Surfer’s Path – Malcolm Campbell Interview

We’ve been wanting to do an interview with Malcolm Campbell for some time. We actually got to meet him in NYC at the NY Surf Film Festival and chatted with him briefly. Super gracious and humble guy and was keen on doing an interview. The Surfer’s Path just did a great piece on him written/photographed […]

By • Nov 10th, 2008 • Category: interviews,

Patagonia Surf: Jason McCaffrey interview

Patagonia is perhaps not best known for it’s surfing products. Most would think of fleeces and climbing gear when they hear the name. But in truth, Patagonia’s founder Yvon Chouinard has been surfing since his youth and surfing has always played a big role in the companies direction. Most of what Patagonia produces in its […]

By • Sep 14th, 2008 • Category: diy, interviews,, skateboarding, social responsibility – Ryan Milliman Interview is an online surf shop dedicated to carrying surf and skate gear and apparel that goes a little lighter on ol’ mama earth. Phoresia contributor Daniel Bohlman caught up with Seahuggers founder Ryan Milliman to talk about the green surf movement and how one goes about hugging the sea. Daniel: Tell me a little […]

By • Jul 27th, 2008 • Category: daniel, interviews

Foulweather: Pete Lewis Interview

We’ve talked about the “surf collective” quite often in the last year. I sometimes wonder if there is any such thing. Surfing is mostly presented to us through the paid for media vehicles that we see in print, video, and on the web. But how representative is the sales driven mainstream media of the way […]

By • Jun 16th, 2008 • Category: art, diy, interviews,

Q & A with Surfrider CEO Jim Moriarty

When it comes to making sure our playground is safe and accessible there is one organization that stands heads and shoulders above the rest as far as dedication and perseverance to the cause. The Surfrider Foundation has been around since 1984, getting involved and trying to ensure the protection and enjoyment of the world’s oceans, […]

By • Jun 9th, 2008 • Category: environment, interviews

Under the Sun

It’s not often that a surf film documents rather than simply portray the surfing lifestyle. Under the Sun is such an example. Filmed, edited, and written by filmmaker Cyrus Sutton, Under the Sun takes an in depth look at two Australian cities that have shaped our current, and sometimes clashing, duality of surfing cultures. There’s […]

By • Mar 18th, 2008 • Category: art, interviews

Nathan Oldfield

A part of our mission is to explore the essence of surfing. Because we believe that the commercial excess of our modern surf culture is but a temporary distraction, a way to our wallets. For many, surfing often encompasses feelings that cannot be easily translated into words. Perhaps this is why surf photography and film […]

By • Feb 2nd, 2008 • Category: art, diy, interviews