Weekly Round-Up // June 15 – 21

Check out what you missed:

 

HOW TO BODY SURF WITH KEITH MALLOY: SURF SUFFICIENT

In this episode of Surf Sufficient, another one of body surfing’s finest ambassadors, Keith Malloy, gives his take on body surfing’s various communities, how to maximize surface tension and planing as well as some tipson how you might approach your next session sans surfboard.

REEL TALK WITH LEAH DAWSON

Leah Dawson spends half the year in Oahu, filming live professional surf events and the other half of the year travelling the world looking for creative outlets and exploring the ways to live a truly holistic and non-toxic life, rooted in a deep connection to the sea.

Check it out here: http://korduroy.tv/blog/2013/reel-talk-with-leah-dawson

AUDITORIUM WITH KYLER VOS

The common thread in Kyler’s photography lies in an appreciation of exploring the outdoors—that’s where he spent most of his time growing up on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, and it’s what continues to keep him away from a nine-to-five desk job.

Check out the Audtirorium here: http://korduroy.tv/blog/2013/auditorium-with-kyler-vos

EXHIBITIONISTS: TYLER SPANGLER

Tyler Spangler makes digital collages that deconstruct color, the human body and traditions of photography. He used to make physical collages, but then digital came around and it was cheaper and required less space so he made the switch. 

Check it out here: http://korduroy.tv/blog/2013/exhibitionists-tyler-spangler

SURFING CHILE TIL THE WELL RUNS DRY, PART 2

Continuing our exploration of Northern Chile with Matt Rott (see part 1 here), he shows us what all the fuss is about. 

Check it out here: http://korduroy.tv/blog/2013/surfing-chile-til-the-well-runs-dry-part-2

MEET DONAVON FRANKENREITER

We had the chance to catch up with Frankenreiter over the phone because he’s coming to town for two shows on the latest leg of his Start Livin’ tour.

Check out the interview here: http://korduroy.tv/blog/2013/meet-donavon-frankenreiter



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