Conversation With: Kelly Slater by Dane Reynolds Dane Reynolds explains how he got his interview with Kelly Slater for What Youth Issue 3
He shot the photos. Did the interview. Transcribed it. Edited it. Got it in on time. And managed to produce one of the most fascinating interviews we’ve read in a long time. Dane explains how it came together and offers up a small sample of the interview from the mag. Dane: “Well the Kelly interview…
Conversation With: Gavin Beschen A Stylish Gentelman
We’ve always been fans of Gavin Beschen. His demeanor, personality, and career path: all really inspiring — and he did it with a super sick, one-of-a-kind style. There was a quote from Dane Reynolds in the first prequel for Dear Suburbia where he is watching Kolohe surf a little left pit into a jetty and…
Conversation With: Tanner Gudauskas
In What Youth Issue 3 we speak to a lot of humans, including Shane Dorian, Gavin Beschen, Kelly Slater, Ben Nordberg, Steven Grasse and more. One of the most interesting people we spoke to was Tanner Gudauskas, who is obviously one of the most likable souls on the planet — but we found him in…
Conversation with: Lee Clow The man who taught us to “Think Different”
Lee Clow is maybe today’s most respected advertising creative, sort of the Michael Jordan of making you want things. He’s also a lifelong surfer and LA native. Lee is 69. One day he let us come over to his house in Rancho Palos Verdes to ask him questions. What Youth: OK, first could you just…
Adolescents: Luke Hynd Episode 004
Australia may have more than a shark problem. They may need to start culling really stylish, powerful goofyfoots too.
For The Love: Derrick Disney Episode 001 Presented by Vissla
A once up-and-coming “hot dog” surfer from California who abandoned his jersey and 5’10” to pick up rolls of fiberglass and a planer.
Arto Saari, 2003 Back Den 003
This was the first time I shot Arto. Dylan Rieder and I went to meet him right after he got on Quiksilver.
Chippa Wilson #0005 From the Univ shaping bay to the Hawaiian Sea
This is the fifth surfboard Chippa has shaped in his life — and with a little coaching from Benji Weatherley — it came out…well, it looked good…and by the end of his first surf, Chippa managed to get the hang of it.