THE QUIETER YOU ARE THE MORE YOU CAN HEAR

Craig Anderson in some cold waters… film of the year so far…and the ’bouquet final’- single fin session is an absolut gem. Watch now! 20 spectacular minutes of astonishing surfing

craig anderson

A clip by - kai neville

cinematography - dave fox   
water cinematography - dave fox

colourist- tim wreyford

titles - justin lynch

additional filming -  beren hall. jimmy lees. tyge landa. jack taylor. ryan mattick. lachlan mckinnon. steve wall. chris bryan 

supported by - former. huf. haydenshapes. futures fins. modom. salt and stone 

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