• Mike Smack


    A little more than 2 years ago I quit my day job...and my night job. I got rid of all the crap in my apartment by the beach and began traveling. Since then I have lived and worked ... Read more

  • Lucy Small


    I am a second year Journalism student from Bells Beach, Australia. I love to surf, travel and write. I also compete in longboarding but am pretty into all kinds of boards, having s... Read more

  • Jono Smit


    I'm 25 and live in one of the most beautiful countries in the world, New Zealand. I was born and raised in a small town down south where my dad taught me to surf, but quickly turne... Read more

  • Austin Smith

    Co-Founder, Drink Water

    Austin Smith is a professional snowboarder from Bellingham, Washington.... Read more

  • Matthew Smith


    Matthew Smith lives on the West Coast of Ireland growing organic vegetables and surfing cold heavy waves with his friends, running festivals, writing when it rains, sometimes movin... Read more

  • Chas Smith

    Author/Editor at Living Large, Surfing Magazine

    Chas Smith is an ex war journalist turned outspoken surf journalist. His newest book, Welcome to Paradise, Now Go To Hell is in bookstores and online now.... Read more

  • Victoria Smith


    Victoria Smith is a 22 year old photographer, currently based in Southern California. Most of her extended family lives in Brazil, where she found her passion for photography. As a... Read more

  • Jed Smith


    Jed Smith is a 26 year old freelance writer from Bondi Beach, Australia. He is heterosexual though always curious and likes his surfing like he likes his sex - hard and fast, with ... Read more

  • Fergal Smith

    Sustainable Farmer/Surfer

    Fergal Smith grew up on an organic vegetable farm outside a town called Westport in County Mayo, Ireland. He now lives in County Clare. He was lucky enough that his family had a ca... Read more

  • Kenny Smith


    Kenny Smith is an Australia-based advertising photographer. After a transient upbringing, he developed a love of humanity – realness instead of coolness, stories instead of tall ... Read more