Being There

Self-supported ski journey to the waves of remote Iceland with Lea Brassy & Vincent Colliart. Full length film.

 

“For seven days, Vincent and I lived a very simple way, observing wilderness, listening to silence, witnessing little things that were miracles to our eyes and made us deeply satisfied.”

 

French Polar Explorer Vincent Colliard and Surfer Léa Brassy go on a lover’s adventure combining both of their passions for Mountain and Ocean. Being There tells the story of their preparations and their week of expedition, 40 miles of skiing un-supported across a snowy valley of Northern Iceland in search for remote waves to surf. As we follow them skiing and surfing at the end of the Arctic winter, we get an insight of their emotions and the purpose of their adventurous lifestyle.

Read the all story by Lea & Vincent in Nordic Surfers Mag nr.20

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