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The Packing List: Chris Burkard

For this feature, we’ve asked some well-known travelers what they’re packing when they’re getting out of town. These are the things they can’t leave home without. To start us off, photographer and world-traveler Chris Burkard lays down his “10 travel essentials.”  1. Big Agnes Stagecoach Waterproof Rolling Duffel This is the ultimate travel bag with its…

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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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Ryan Lovelace x Chris Leaman - Gallery

Ryan Lovelace x Chris Leaman – Gallery

Photographer Chris Leaman has been working on a series of photographs featuring East Coast shapers (check out the first installment with shaper Rick Malwitz). However, Santa Barbara’s Ryan Lovelace was recently out his way and Chris was lucky enough to catch up with him to add a little west coast influence to his series. “Ryan…

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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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Auditorium with JR Watson

From the moment you meet the guy, you’re instantly stoked. JR Watson is one of those unique individuals that screams rad style and stoke. No matter what it is, Photography, filmmaking, art or music.. JR manages to have a knack for it all. The above song is by JR himself, sit back.. take a listen,…

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