• Simon Bates


    Simon Bates is a freelance photographer based in Southeast Ireland where the waves are average and inconsistent. In between swells, he can be seen pointing his camera at people, pl... Read more

  • Kathryn Bates


    Kathryn is a 24-year-old, London-based PhD student. She spent her childhood summer vacations traveling through Europe and surfing with her family, and surfing has been a big part o... Read more

  • Riley Bathurst

    Riley Bathurst is a cinematographer, editor, graphic designer, and lover of fun from Christchurch, New Zealand. He rides snow really well, too.... Read more

  • Ian Battrick

    Professional Surfer

    Ian is as close to a "surfer's surfer" as you'll find. Willing to go feral just about anywhere in search of a perfect wave, constantly on the search for the best waves he can find,... Read more

  • Matt Bauer

    TheInertia.com Art Director

    Matt Bauer is TheInertia.com's Art Director. Located in Newport Beach, California, Bauer grew up surfing on the Jersey Shore and worked as the Online Editor at Surfing and Skateboa... Read more

  • Gordon Bauer

    Gordon is a visiting scholar at the University of Oslo, where he does research on the relationship between electric car driving patterns and carbon emissions. Starting in the fall,... Read more

  • Scott Bauer


    Scott Bauer has spent a lifetime in the ocean, perfecting his passion for photography. With over 20 years of experience, his images have graced the covers of nearly, every surfing ... Read more

  • Jeff Bautista


    Jeff is a 17 year old surf photographer from Oahu, Hawaii. The ocean has always been home to him. Picture perfect moments from surreal surf sessions will forever be in his head. ... Read more

  • Oli Bayer


    My name is Oliver Bayer. I'm a surf photographer from Germany and have been living on Siargao Island in the Philippines for two years now.... Read more

  • Lisa Be


    Lisa Be is an artist from Long Beach, New York, who spends her days protecting and advocating on behalf of our most important resource: water. Upon returning to the barrier island ... Read more