The Malibu native on balancing surfing, filmmaking, photography, and beer making
On any given morning, if you pull into the parking lot to check L.A.'s Zuma Beach, you're likely to find 30-year-old Keegan Gibbs in the water, drawing a high line on a self-shaped craft. He puts in plenty of time at the break, as well as in lineups up and down the California coast. But he's not your typical surf rat. Over the last 10 years, Gibbs has worked hard to build his life around creative independence, pursuing art, photography, shaping, and even beer making.
Frightened Face, by The Everywheres
Fingertips, by Stereopol