Auditorium with Jeremiah Klein

Auditorium with Jeremiah Klein

Jeremiah Klein, staff photographer for Surfline, took his camera out recently to spend some time underneath the waves. For this edition of Auditorium, Klein chooses a few shots to accompany Joe Hannon’s acoustic, lo-fi remix of The Knife’s iconic “Heartbeats”, highlighting the movement of the blue-green ocean in each of these photographs. We’ve got a few…

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How Nature Benefits Our Brain

It’s no secret that a day spent outside has innumerable benefits to our mental and physical state; that’s part of the reason why we surf – for that feeling we get after a day in the water. While, a good wave, sunny day or evening session with your buddies certainly makes that water time all…

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Timmy Reyes North of the Border

Timmy Reyes North of the Border

Our neighbor to the north, Canada is host to some incredible waves and scenery. And Timmy Reyes just spent 3 weeks up there catching a break from the California grind. In this clip, he packs on the rubber and heads into the wilderness for a beautiful journey full of tubes and turns. Timmy Reyes –…

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Auditorium with Mark McInnis

Mark McInnis is from the Pacific Northwest, where he dug his music roots into the hardcore scenes of metal, punk rock and gangster rap. But his photographs represent a softer side of his artistic impulses, so for this edition of Auditorium, he’s selected a track from Joe Pug to serve as the background to his…

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Why We Should Hike More Slowly

As we explore the outdoors our time is often quantified by miles hiked, peaks bagged, waves ridden or fish caught. This film will question these norms, and offer a path forward rooted in slowing down and becoming familiar with the subtitles, tendencies and hues of a place. Once we start to peel back these layers…

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