Back in April I travelled with photographer Tim Nunn and pro surfer Micah Lester up to the Lofoton Islands in the far North of Norway. We were shooting for O’Neill wetsuits, with Micah spending hours at a time in the 5º water, although air temps around zero and strong winds coming straight off the pack ice meant it was pretty extreme for all of us. The shoot was everything we hoped for…
We had some adventures hiking into beaches through snow covered mountain passes. We had amazing light (and some rubbish light) and we were a tight crew: the work was smooth and fun. We were also shooting for The Plastic Project – an ocean litter awareness project that Tim started and has been championing on a shoestring budget for the last year.
So now we’re back in the edit suite in North Cornwall and I’m churning through twenty hours of footage that we shot over nine days. We’re producing a five minute short film for O’Neill of the whole trip, as well as a cut down version and a 30 second version for point of sale plus of course a stills set for print advertising and social media.
For the Plastic Project, we’ve started the long form documentary that we’ll shoot over the next year, but we’re also cutting a promo for a hashtag campaign that will drive people to the Plastic Project. Check back for more info!