Bryce Lowe-White

Bryce Lowe-White

Assistant Photo Editor and Video Producer at Surfer Magazine.

9.30.11

Blogs

Todd Glaser | Tyler Warren and Friends

“While I was in San Francisco working on the Tyler Warren profile,” says Todd Glaser,” the wind came up, the tide went low, and Danny Hess opened up his warehouse and brought out all these rad bodysurfing hand-planes and bodyboards. On the way out, I saw this garage and had to get a group shot […]

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9.29.11

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Bryce Lowe-White | Morning Strut

“With coffee in hand, two bystanders pause during their morning strut down the beach to watch a clean set peel along a low tide sandbar in Los Angeles,” says Bryce Lowe-White. Photo: Lowe-White

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9.27.11

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Jason Childs | Mega Semadhi

“Mega Semadhi is the new breed of Balinese surfer, but still carries the same values of his forefathers—a great set of teeth and a warm smile to go with it,” says Jason Childs. “No matter how much Bali changes it’s people still have that charm and laid back manner that the island is world famous for.”

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9.22.11

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Chris Burkard | Pacific Northwest

"Sometimes there are just not enough surfers in the lineup to get the best sets that come through," says Chris Burkard. "This seems to be a common theme in the Pacific Northwest." Photo: Burkard

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9.21.11

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Todd Glaser | Joe Curren

"This is Joe Curren taking his first steps into the freezing water of Alaska with the snow covered Mt St. Elias in the background," says Todd Glaser. Photo: Glaser

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9.19.11

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Grant Ellis | Night Surf at Seaside

"Nike came to town with their night surfing event right down the street from my house a couple months ago," says Grant Ellis. "The lights stayed on till 11pm and this little grom was happy to be surfing after his bed time." Photo: Ellis

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9.16.11

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Bryce Lowe-White | Trestles

"When I showed up on this afternoon I wasn’t expecting it to get much because it was pretty cloudy and grey," says Bryce Lowe-White. "But as the sun started setting lower toward the horizon, it began to peep through the thick clouds and beam some amazing light and color onto the lineup. Here a grom ends his low-tide session as the after-work/school session begins at Lower Trestles." Photo: Lowe-White

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9.15.11

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Morgan Maassen | Sterling Spencer

“Sterling Spencer and I had an interesting visit to Puerto Rico,” says Morgan Maassen. “Not only was the rain, wind, and music awkward with our lightning-strike operation, but the waves were about as windswelly as windswell can get. And so we hit back with all the randomness we could muster, and for this fleeting moment, […]

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9.14.11

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Jason Childs | Dino Adrian and Craikey

"Western Australia’s Dino Adrian is a bit of a cowboy," says Jason Childs. "When he’s in the water he manhandles the wild waves, and on land he is plotting his next destination to score the best waves he can find with his good mate Craikey." Photo: Childs

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9.13.11

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Zak Noyle | Rapa Nui

“This was a fun trip we did to Rapa Nui, it was culturally amazing to experience,” says Zak Noyle. “Here is Fred Patacchia doing a big turn in from of the Mo’ai statues.” Photo: Noyle

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