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Photographed by Quinn Matthews, this global body of work features many of today's most renowned surfers. Matthews traveled across Australia, California, Costa Rica, El Salvador, France, Indonesia, Panama, and Portugal in search of the perfect swell for each image.

John John Florence John John Florence

John John Florence

Quinn Matthews

From $195.00

The Wave The Wave

The Wave

Quinn Matthews

From $175.00

Dane Reynolds Dane Reynolds

Dane Reynolds

Quinn Matthews

From $175.00

Hossegor Sunset Hossegor Sunset

Hossegor Sunset

Quinn Matthews

From $195.00

Kolohe Andino Kolohe Andino

Kolohe Andino

Quinn Matthews

From $195.00

"My interest in the seemingly peak moment shifted to capturing each surfer's unique approach to a wave. Room for expression and interpretation is the allure of surfing".

Full Speed Full Speed

Full Speed

Quinn Matthews

From $195.00

Silent Set Silent Set

Silent Set

Quinn Matthews

From $195.00

Out to Sea Out to Sea

Out to Sea

Quinn Matthews

From $195.00

Timeless Lines Timeless Lines

Timeless Lines

Quinn Matthews

From $195.00

The Cove The Cove

The Cove

Quinn Matthews

From $175.00

Sandbar Blues Sandbar Blues

Sandbar Blues

Quinn Matthews

From $175.00

Quinn Matthews

Born in 1995 in Sun Valley, ID. Lives & works in Los Angeles, CA.

Background

Quinn Matthews is an American artist and filmmaker whose art focuses on tangibility and intention. Recognized as one of the leading photographers across the surf industry, he is known for his signature style and ability to capture the art of the "in-between". Matthews has collaborated with the world's most decorated surfers including John John Florence, Kolohe Andino, Dane Reynolds, and many more.

"Idaho is best known for producing potatoes, yet one of the best surf photographers in the world hails from the landlocked state".