Tag: Indonesia

Learning to Surf in Bali

The majority of summers growing up were spent at the Jersey Shore. At first, my family would cram into these little motel rooms near the beach in Seaside Park, N.J. Eventually, motel rooms evolved into bungalow rentals. Continue reading “Learning to Surf in Bali”

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Why Bali is a Surfing Mecca

Muklis Anwar stood on a plot of grass and sand next to Tuti’s Warung on the cliffside overlooking Bingin Beach in Bali, Indonesia. A line of surfers was out in the distance taking turns dropping in on the short, perfect lefts. Anwar had just come in from his own session, cruising parallel to the shoreline with his unbuttoned maroon flowery shirt looking more like a superhero’s cape flapping in the wind than a rash guard. Continue reading “Why Bali is a Surfing Mecca”

Volcom Photographer, Videographer Explain Career Paths

Luke Forgay felt a buzz in his pocket while he was sitting in English class at Santiago Canyon College. He pulled out his iPhone to read the text message. Pro surfer Cameron Faris asked Forgay, a photographer, if he could come on a last-minute trip to Pascuales, Mexico, to shoot him and Frank Solomon. Continue reading “Volcom Photographer, Videographer Explain Career Paths”

A Day Searching for Waves in Bali with Volcom Pro Surfers

A group of predominately blonde surfers surround the faint glow of a laptop screen as the sun sets in Bali, Indonesia. The forecasting charts and metrics utilized to find the best waves and swells evoke smiles and words like “gnarly” and “stoked” as the numbers display the possibility of 8-12 foot waves the following day. Continue reading “A Day Searching for Waves in Bali with Volcom Pro Surfers”

How to Become a Professional Surfer

“Do you get waves in England?”

If Harry Timson had a dollar— well, maybe a pound would be more fitting — every time he was asked that question, he’d have a lot more extra cash to spend as he travels the world as a professional surfer for Volcom along with fellow international riders like Mauro Diaz and Leon Glatzer. Continue reading “How to Become a Professional Surfer”