Last week I popped along to a talk by world renowned surf photographer Tim Nunn. Hosted at a packed Finisterre clothing store in Seven Dials the evening was a real treat for those in London missing the coast.
Tim tries to show that there is another side to the preconception that surfing is all about hot sunny days on beaches in the tropics. He pioneers surf documentation and image making in natures colder regions. Drawn to these wild, remote and stunning locations his ability behind the lens, in and out of the water, is second to none.
His tales of living wild with bears in Canada, and spending months exploring Iceland’s vast coastline had us captivated from start to finish.