Jérôme Sahyoun travels the world as a pro-surfer, fisherman and wild-boar hunter – part of a tireless strategy to squeeze the most out of life.
The composer, known for his dreamy and evocative surf film soundtracks, shares his Monday mix – featuring tracks from Nils Frahm, Colin Stetson and Boards of Canada.
Years after her father and friends travelled across Latin America with just surfboards and a van, Antonia Wallig is taking that adventure a step further.
Lee-Ann Curren is coming of age at a time when her passions feel inseparable. But as the offspring of trailblazing figures, she’s ready to carve her own path.
With an eye on the 2020 Olympics, surfer Lucy Campbell is hoping her athletic instincts will pay off on a quest for gold.
Ross Clarke-Jones starred in one of the high points of schlock '80s surf culture. Thirty years on, Mad Wax is being re-issued in a Quiksilver capsule collection.
A worrying new study shows that surfers are three times more likely to host antibiotic-resistant bacteria in their guts than non-surfers – but what does that really mean?
In the quiet Iranian village of Ramin, a revolution is underway. At its helm is Shahla Yasini - the first Iranian woman to have surfed in the country.
A new photo book tells the untold story around surfing – which is technically still illegal in Cuba – through stories, art and photography.
A new book from writer Ed Thompson and photographer Julien Roubinet explores the overlooked coastlines of New York and New Jersey – the unlikely home of a rich and diverse surf community.
As Parliament debate a tax on single-use plastic, the conversation around plastic pollution is going mainstream. Photographer Liz Seabrook heads to a beach-clean to get her hands and head around the issue.
Surfer and filmmaker Cyrus Sutton turns his lens to the Hawaiians fighting for their sustainable way of life in the face of mass-industrialisation.