A Cold Water Surf Photography exhibit in Vancouver

Three photographers have come together to share their distinct perspectives on cold water surfing. Marcus Paladino grew up on Vancouver Island and currently lives and works in the idyllic surf of Tofino, British Columbia. Will Saunders, originally from Colorado, lives in Central Oregon and his photography has taken him up and down the West Coast from Nicaragua to Alaska. Lucas Murnaghan, born and raised in Ontario, shoots the local fresh waters of the Great Lakes and has captured surf breaks around the world including Barbados, Costa Rica, and New Zealand.

Northern Swell is a free event organized by Shaper Studios and Surf the Greats, to be hosted at Shaper Studios, A2-1888 Main St in Vancouver from October 2-18, 2015. The opening party will be from 7PM-12AM on the evening of Friday, Oct 2nd. >>>

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