Swell Season

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Swell Season is a weekly radio show and podcast dedicated to New Yorkers who surf. Swell Season has evolved into a network of contributing hosts, who have a variety of perspectives on surfing and surf culture.

Join us each week as we speak with different members of the local and global surf community that make New York the improbable and fascinating surf culture that it is. Swell Season is recorded at the NewStand Studio in Rockefeller Center and is distributed by WAX.Radio. Listen to us also on all these fun spots: Soundcloud , Stitcher,

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In the annals of surfing history, Sandy Ordille is an extremely important figure. For not only did she participate in making it, but she has made it her life's work to document, preserve & highlight women surfers whose narratives have been long overlooked. Sandy has lived an incredibly impressive life as a pioneer and founding member of professional surfing. She was there at the inception of the IPS pro tour, where she traveled the world on a shoestring budget, competing and breaking new ground. In 2016, she was inducted into the East Coast Surfing Hall of Fame and then in 2017, The New Jersey Surfing Hall of Fame. In another life, Sandy played in the all female band, Avant Garage in the late 80’s early 90’s when all female bands were the rarity. In short, Sandy is a revolutionary, a groundbreaker, and has most definitely led the charge for women’s equality both in and out of the water. Sandy is a native Ocean City, NJ and is our guest on this week’s episode of Swell Season Surf Radio.Swell season Surf Radio is recorded by the Newsstand Studio at Rockefeller Center in the heart of Manhattan and is distributed by WAX.RadioMusic:Song: Wind 'an' SeaBand: Dakota Motor CoAlbum: Into The Son

Nov 19

1 hr 44 min

Patrick Conlon is your quintessential New Yorker. He’s a smart talking, street walking surfer, artist, marketer, and former owner of the legendary Epstein’s Bar in the lower east side. He’s as OG Rockaway as they get. He grew up in the 80’s on a steady diet of surfing the Rocks and sneaking into punk shows. Pat’s lived many lives. He chased his surf passion and went to university at USC, started an industry surf zine, came back to NYC and worked as an editor at Spin during its heyday. He went on to be a marketing person for some of the major brands at their peak, such as, Quiksilver, Volcom, Vans, Supra & Kr3w apparel. He’s worked for incredible artists such as Tom Sach’s and is now producing his own iconic work. Pat is quick witted, charming, and charismatic. He’s always got a smart response with a twist of humor. We cover a lot of ground in this episode. So hold on because it’s a zig zagging ride that tells a story of one of Rockaways most beloved surfers. We hope you enjoy… Swell Season Surf Radio is recorded by the Newsstand Studio at Rockefeller Center, in the heart of Manhattan and is distributed by WAX.RadioMusic: I Know You Got SoulArtist: Eric B & RakimAlbum: Paid In Full

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Nov 11

1 hr 17 min

Greg Wachsteter isn’t known for his fancy surfing or contributions to the surf industry. But… Greg is one of the most disciplined surfers I know. I have frequently woken up early for many dawn patrol sessions out in Montauk, only to see Greg paddling back as the sun is just rising over the horizon, already with an hour under his belt. His quote on his Instagram is “choose to be optimistic, it feels better “. Greg is a successful trader, one of the principles at Watermill Trading, a father, husband and no doubt brings his zeal into all aspects of his life. He also started Black Pool Coffee Roasters as a side project to do with his son. He bounces from NYC to Montauk weekly and never seems to be low on energy. He practices mindfulness and we get into some powerful conversation about mental health, living a purposeful life, and maintaining presence. He is our guest on this episode of Swell Season Surf Radio and this is a not to miss episode. Swell Season Surf Radio is recorded by The NewsStand Studio at Rockefeller Center in the heart of Manhattan and is distributed by WAX.Radio

Oct 27

1 hr 22 min

In the fall of 2018, Maria Riley moved to the Rockaways and knew immediately that she had come home. Growing up, close to the Atlantic Ocean in South Carolina, Riley always felt that her soul had been fed by water. A self taught photographer, over the past three years, Riley has spent almost every day documenting beach life, water birds, city scenes and her main focus, surf photography in Rockaway. Her work has recently appeared in the West Texas Literary Review and in The Kelp Journal. She is currently working on two photo projects and is writing a memoir, “Falling Waters.” Her first photo show is coming up on October 29th, at the “Avoid The Day” book store in Rockaway. She is probably best known among the NYC crew for her instagram handle: @LifeofrileyNYC. We really enjoyed having her on as a guest for this episode. She brings an incredible amount of experiences and enthusiasm that you can't help but feel throughout this interview. We hope you enjoy... Swell Season Surf Radio is recorded by The NewsStand Studio at Rockefeller Center in the heart of Manhattan and is distributed by WAX.Radio

Oct 20

1 hr 14 min

Dylan Hronec is a 29 year old surfer from North Bellmore, New York. Born with Cerebral Palsy, Dylan has tackled many obstacles to get to where he is today. He has been surfing for almost 11 years. He developed a love for the water from a young age, but was always involved in other sports as surfing was not considered a possibility for him. That is, until Dylan went online one day and came across videos of Jesse Billauer, an accomplished quadriplegic surfer, and became instantly determined. Dylan’s family supported this dream of his and started looking up possible surf outings in the area. They found a couple of local non-profits and soon enough, Dylan was riding his first wave. He is now more commonly known as The Surfing Samurai and has gone on to surf in Kelly Slater’s Wave Pool, competed in the US Adaptive surfing Championships and is a brand ambassador for both the We The 15 campaign and the Local Non-profit, Surf For All. He’s appeared in numerous media outlets such as CBS, ESPN, Buzzfeed and more. We are super stoked to have him as our guest on this episode of Swell Season Surf Radio. For more information go to: thesurfingsamurai.comSwell Season Surf Radio is recorded by The NewsStand Studio at Rockefeller Center in the heart of Manhattan and is distributed by WAX.Radio

Oct 5

1 hr 33 min

Man in the Field: The Life and Art of Jim Denevan profiles Outstanding in the Field founder Jim Denevan, his trials of growing up in a turbulent family dynamic, and the artwork that came of it — both in his geometric land drawings and table-to-farm dinners through Outstanding in the field. Instead of bringing the food to the restaurant, Outstanding in the Field has brought the restaurant to the food since 1999. Hosted at one long table, with 100 to 1000 guests dining together, Denevan has set tables in vineyards, beaches, meadows, fishing docks, and city streets. Over 120,000 lucky patrons in all 50 states and 16 countries have experienced this once-in-a-lifetime event. We are fortunate to be joined by the Film’s Director, our friend Patrick Trefz, Producer, Jesse Carfield, and the subject of the film, Artist Jim Denevan for this episode. It's an incredible conversation and we encourage all of our listeners to check out this film. It is currently streaming on all platforms. If you are interested in learning more about Outstanding in the Field, go to: www.outstandinginthefield.comSwell Season Surf Radio is recorded by The NewsStand Studio at Rockefeller Center in the heart of Manhattan and is distributed by WAX.Radio

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Sep 28

1 hr 25 min

On this episode of Swell Season, Host, Karen sits down with the epitome of the “Aussie Battler” and 1993 ASP Women’s World Surfing Champion, Pauline Menczer. She’s one of the subjects, heroines and stars of the feature film “Girls Can’t Surf” that premiered and headlined at this year's “Women’s Surf Film Festival” in Rockaway Beach. The film features Pauline and a generation of surfers from the 80’s & 90’s who chased their passion to surf against all odds and changed the sport forever. This is an incredible interview and it is an honor to have Pauline on the show. Swell Season Surf Radio is recorded by The NewsStand Studio at Rockefeller Center in the heart of Manhattan and is distributed by WAX.Radio

Sep 22

1 hr 1 min

9/11 was twenty years ago. It’s hard for many of us to believe that, that much time has passed since that fateful day. On this episode we ask “Where were you?” It’s a question that gets asked a lot on the anniversary and we thought we would collect various recollections from that day. We first talk to firefighters, Christopher “Dorado” Gabby and Brian Walsh about that day and then we went to the 9/11 Memorial Paddle Out on Riverside Drive in Long Beach to document the gathering of our community to remember that day. we remember those we lost and those who sacrificed their lives. This day still stings for many of us and while time can help us move forward, the pain we all collectively experienced will never let us forget. Special Thanks Marvin Weiss, Skudin Surf & Surfrider LB for helping to coordinate the memorial paddle out and everyone who came to pay their respects. Aloha Swell Season Surf Radio is recorded by The NewsStand Studio at Rockefeller Center in the heart of Manhattan and is distributed by WAX.Radio

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Sep 15

56 min 29 sec

A native from Melbourne, Australia, Davina Grincevicius relocated to New York City over 12 years ago and currently resides in Rockaway Beach. Her passion for surfing, shooting film and building community inspired her to launch Women’s Surf Film Festival over 8 years ago. In that time, the festival has grown and is now a week long celebration of films, panel discussions, art shows, and much much more… It inspires and encourages surfers from many different backgrounds and has had a positive ripple effect on the NY surf community. The Festival is from September 6 to the 12th, taking place in Rockaway Beach. I had an opportunity to sit down with Davina and talk about this years upcoming festival and why this is a not to miss event. The event is free and open to the public. Anyone can go. As if awesome movies weren’t enough, Swell Season will be hosting a live Q&A with NY Times Writer and recent guest Diane Cardwell on Thursday, September 9th at the Rockaway Beach Surf Club. That should be a great conversation. Check the festival website for more information: www.womenssurffilmfestival.com We hope you enjoy our chat with Davina and hope to see you at the festival. Swell Season Surf Radio is recorded by The NewsStand Studio at Rockefeller Center in the heart of Manhattan and is distributed by WAX.Radio

Sep 5

49 min 54 sec

Many of us know that surfing is an addictive sport. It’s something that pulls on us, gives immense dopamine highs and surges us with serotonin, we go through withdrawals when we go without it and become irritable to our loved one’s, It makes us avoid our daily responsibilities in order to escape the pressures of life. Our guest, Thad Ziolkowski's latest book deals with this topic.: "The Drop: How The Most addictive sport can help us understand addiction and recovery." We discuss the parallels between surfing and addiction, how surfing can even prime us for addiction and help us recover. This is an. incredible conversation and hope you enjoy. Swell Season Surf Radio is recorded by The NewsStand Studio at Rockefeller Center in the heart of Manhattan and is distributed by WAX.Radio

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Aug 25

1 hr 32 min

On this episode of Swell Season we are pleased to have in the studio Diane Cardwell, a founder of Vibe magazine and a reporter and editor for over two decades at The New York Times. She is an inaugural writer of “Portraits of Grief,” the signature profiles of those killed in the 9/11 attack and has also covered beats such as alternative energy, politics, urban development and surfing. We discuss her latest memoir, "Rockaway: Surfing Headlong Into a New Life," which was released during the height of COVID last year in hardcover, and more recently in paperback. The book is set to be a Netflix film, starring and produced by Kerry Washington. We dive into her book, the extraordinary life changes that happen when you commit to surfing and the Rockaway community. It’s a fascinating discussion. We will be hosting a live discussion with Diane Cardwell at the Women’s Surf Film Festival on Thursday, September 9th at 7PM. Please Join us: http://womenssurffilmfestival.com/Swell Season Surf Radio is recorded by The NewsStand Studio at Rockefeller Center in the heart of Manhattan and is distributed by WAX.Radio

Aug 18

1 hr 19 min

Our guests for this episode are the founders of Emocean, a surf-centric magazine that champions diverse perspectives, radical creativity, relatability and empowerment, and especially the narratives of women, BIPOC and LGBTQ+ surfers. Founder and Creative Director, Thembi Hanify & Editor Mariah Ernst join hosts Tyler Breuer and Karen Song to discuss their new magazine, representation in surfing, and the new grassroots push to make surfing more inclusive. Swell Season Surf Radio is recorded by The NewsStand Studio at Rockefeller Center in the heart of Manhattan and is distributed by WAX.Radio

Aug 10

1 hr 19 min

On this episode of Swell Season, our guest is a writer, journalist, author, editor, publisher, business owner and host of the 'Looking Sideways' Podcast, Matthew Barr. Matthew has been working in action sports media and communications since the mid-1990s where he was the editor of Whitelines Snowboarding Magazine until 2005, when he started his own marketing agency, All Conditions Media. He recently published a book with good friend and extremely talented photographer, Owen Tozer, where they went on a Californian pilgrimage, visiting the people and places that loomed large in their side-stanced upbringings. Legends such as Herbie Fletcher, Jamie Thomas, Cori Schumacher, Jamie Brisick, Circe Wallace, Taylor Knox and many more. Our discussion ranges from his latest book to the democratization of the action sports media to who our most difficult guests were and much more. Swell Season Surf Radio is recorded by The NewsStand Studio at Rockefeller Center in the heart of Manhattan and is distributed by WAX.Radio

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Aug 3

1 hr 19 min

Yawn Patrol is a collection of 35 millimeter photographs mostly taken at the beach in New York City between 2018-2020. The book is a collection of images of early mornings, friendships, party waves, aging skaters, and an ocean that sometimes feels more like a lake. It's boardshorts to booties and back again. It’s creator is Hoshi Ludwig, a designer and educator currently living in Brooklyn. He’s worked with various companies such as Supreme, Nike, The North Face, Google and most recently Instagram. He also taught design at The SVA for 8 years. Hoshi grew up skateboarding and snowboarding in Colorado and has been surfing in New York City and surrounding areas for the past 11 years and he is our guest on this episode of Swell Season Surf Radio. Swell Season Surf Radio is recorded by The NewsStand Studio at Rockefeller Center in the heart of Manhattan and is distributed by WAX.Radio

Jul 27

51 min 23 sec

On this episode of Swell Season Surf Radio, we still down with leading aesthetic and reconstructive plastic surgeon, Dr. Joe Wolf MD. For those who are not familiar with Dr. Joe, he has become the go to surgeon of choice amongst Rockaway locals and has probably stitched up more surfers in NYC than any other surgeon in recent years. We discuss stitch stories, how he came to surfing and what to do if you find yourself with a huge gash. This episode is not for the squeamish.For more information on Dr. Joe Wolf MD go to: http://wolfplasticsurgery.comSwell Season Surf Radio is recorded by The NewsStand Studio at Rockefeller Center in the heart of Manhattan and is distributed by WAX.Radio

Jul 22

59 min 26 sec

Our guest was the 2009 XXL Big Wave Paddle In Award winner, a former big wave charger and now turned photographer, Derek Dunfee. Derek is a lifelong surfer raised on the reefs of La Jolla, California, who went on to travel the world and chase swells, becoming one of the most respected big wave surfers on the planet. At present day he's reached a comfort level in heavy conditions that allows him to take his camera into scenarios most could never imagine. Dunfee's images take you right into the heart of some of the ocean's most powerful moments. It's this Unique perspective that makes his imagery so remarkable, and ultimately timeless. He has recently launched his second book, Waking up in the Sea, where he goes into detail about surfing and chasing big waves. But also opens up about how the concussions and trauma he suffered from big wave surfing impacts him in his everyday life. Swell Season Surf Radio is recorded by The NewsStand Studio at Rockefeller Center in the heart of Manhattan and is distributed by WAX.Radio

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Jun 24

1 hr 2 min

Girls Can’t Surf shares the untold story of a ragtag bunch of inspired, renegade Australian, American, and South African women surfers who battled against inequality, homophobia, and chauvinism of their fellow sportsmen, sponsors, and institutions. As the sea ebbed and flowed, so did their struggle, fortunes, and notoriety of these pioneering surfers, but nothing kept these radical women from catching their own waves. On this episode of Swell Season Surf Radio, host Karen Song had the privilege of interviewing the director, Christopher Nelius on the upcoming release and the process of making this film. The films release couldn’t be timelier as women in surfing continues to rise. With the WSL’s recent pioneering of equal gender pay and the sports debut in the Olympics on the near horizon, the time is ripe to look to the past, to see truly how far the sport has come, and the women who made the sacrifices, laid the foundations, and fought for what it is today. This episode was Recorded with the Newstand Studio at Rockefeller Center in the heart of NYC and is distributed by WAX.Radio

Jun 23

1 hr 3 min

Our guest this week is someone who has become a staple in the lineup at Rockway and has recently gained notoriety for YouTube videos of testing surfboards under Skipper Surf Reviews. His name is Yury Tsedenov and those in the Rockaway community know him well. His videos are from a more entry level surfer perspective posting instructional clips to board reviews. Sure, any board under an expert level surfer can look good, but Yury provides a fresh and unique perspective and gives the average surfer a much better understanding of their equipment. He’s originally from Russia and came to New York City in 2009 and started surfing in 2013. His level of stoke and froth is contagious and we’re happy to have him on the latest episode of Swell Season. Swell Season is recorded by the NewsStand Studio in Rockefeller Center in the heart of Manhattan. Check out @rockfellercenter and is distributed by Wax.Radio

Jun 17

59 min 27 sec

Born and raised in Old Howard Beach (located on Jamaica bay). When Jimmy Dowd was a grom, his mom took him daily down to the beach in Rockaway, where he developed his love of surfing. As soon as he was old enough to live on his own, he moved to Rockaway Beach and has been Rockaway "Surf Royalty" ever since. During the 90's he worked in multiple skate shops in Manhattan. Eventually, Jimmy started his own brand, St. James Clothing, which was established in 2000 and he became Co-Owner of Boarders Surf Shop alongside the Stathis Family. Jimmy Dowd is a true devotee to the Rockaway neighborhood and he is our guest on this week's episode of Swell Season Surf Radio. Swell Season is recorded and produced by the NewsStand Studio in Rockefeller Center in the heart of Manhattan. @rockfellercenterand Swell Season is distributed by WAX.Radio.

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Jun 9

54 min 10 sec

Swell Season Presents: Dear ShredderEpisode 2 of Dear Shredder features shaper and former substance use counselor, Jimmy O Brien. Dear Shredder is hosted by Matt L. Rohrer, a licensed psychotherapist practicing in NYC who just happens to be a skateboarder, surfer, writer & musician. Dear Shredder looks at mental health issues through a shredder’s lens and shredding issues through a mental health lens. It also aims to reduce stigma around mental illness/mental health care in skate and surf communities. In the second episode, Matt is joined by Jimmy O'Brien, a shaper, surfer, and former counselor in a sober living environment. They discuss Jim's experiences with addiction and recovery, the role that surfing played, and answer questions from listeners around increased use during the pandemic, struggles in relationships, and more.If you’d like to contribute a question visit @dearshredder on Instagram where you can fill out an anonymous form. Swell Season Surf Radio is recorded by NewsStand studios at Rockefeller Center in the heart of Manhattan and is Distributed by WAX.Radio Disclaimer: Listening to this podcast does not constitute therapy/mental health care. If you or someone you know are having a mental health emergency, dial 911 or visit the nearest emergency room. Below is a list resources: Resilience Lab: Offering therapy where ever you are, online or in New York City where our offices are welcoming, inclusive spaces where you can relax, open up and learnhttps://resiliencelab.usAckerman Institute for the Family: Founded in 1960, the Ackerman Institute for the Family is one of the premier institutions for family therapy and one of the best-known and most highly regarded training facilities for family therapists in the United States. The Institute serves families from all walks of life at all stages of family life.https://www.ackerman.orgBrooklyn Center for Psychotherapy: Recognizing the growing treatment needs of the substance abusing population, New Directions was founded in 1988 to service this community. Licensed by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, it has grown to be a cornerstone of chemical dependency treatment in Brooklyn.https://newdirectionsbrooklyn.com

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Jun 2

1 hr 1 min

At age 16, Mike Becker started shaping boards in his parents' backyard on Long Island. In 1993 he started Nature Shapes. By 1996 he had a website and was distributing boards up and down the East Coast. Host Tyler Breuer has known Becker since the early 1990’s, when they used to compete together in the ESA competitions and surf the beaches of central Long Island together. Over the years, Becker has grown his surfboard business and has followed in the tradition of legendary New York shapers, John Hannon, Charlie Bunger, and Squeak Sanders. But Mike is more than a shaper. He’s a middle school technology-education teacher, surf shop owner, and inventor. Tyler had an opportunity to sit down with Mike while dropping off a surfboard blank to be glassed at the Nature Shapes factory. The two discussed local surf history, new ways to build boards and how he balances a career and family while running multiple businesses. What follows is pure gold with Mike Becker. Swell Season is recorded by the NewsStand studio at Rockefeller Center in the heart of Manhattan and is distributed by WAX.Radio

May 19

1 hr 20 min

On this episode of Swell Season Surf Radio, Host Tyler Breuer is joined by contributor Toddy Stewart as they interview a personal hero for both surfers. Our guest is Mick Sowry, filmmaker, photographer, writer, and creative director for the Great Ocean Quarterly. He made the revolutionary performance project which culminated in a multi award winning documentary, Musica Surfica which was followed up with the live performance masterpiece, The Reef. We discuss his collaborations with Derek Hynd, Richard Tognetti, Jon Frank and the Australian Chamber Orchestra, and his creative process. A must listen episode!Swell Season is recorded by the Newsstand Studio in Rockefeller Center in the heart of Manhattan and is distributed by WAX.Radio.

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May 13

1 hr 35 min

eremy Grosvenor defines himself as a Father, Son, Partner, Sailboat Captain, water sports instructor, 'armchair' artist, and "Deliquent." But he is more akin to some mythological sea creature, an apparition on our shores. Have you seen him floating by? A shape-shifter. Perhaps in the form of an orange outrigger canoe, or some neon-colored U.F.O. (unidentified floating object). Check out "Surfing into the Montauk Sunset" featuring Jeremy in The New Yorker (1/18/21).This episode is recorded by the News Stand studio at Rockefeller Center in the heart of NY and is distributed by WAX.Radio

May 5

1 hr 20 min

Our guest on this episode of Swell Season needs no introduction. He’s done so much to elevate the NY surf community and represents us on the Big Wave World stage. Our guest tonight is Will Skudin. Will comes on the show to discuss the new public sessions opening at the American Dream Mall wave pool run by Skudin Surf. On top of all that, Will and host Tyler Breuer dive into the this past winter sessions for Will. From Oregon, to Nazare, to Hawaii, Will was on it. If you have questions or are curious about the wave pool at the American Dream Mall, this is the episode for you... Enjoy.For more information on Skudin Surf at the American Dream Mall, go to https://skudinsurfamericandream.comThis episode is recorded by the News Stand studio at Rockefeller Center in the heart of NY and is distributed by WAX.Radio

Apr 26

48 min 33 sec

On this episode of Swell Season, we are turning the tables on our regular art and design host Chris Coffin. This episode is hosted by new contributor Mimi Roterman, and she is joined by former guest and artist Kris Chatterson in what we are dubbing the 'car park' episode: a continuation of an after-surf chat from the week before. Chris Coffin’s visual and performative pieces, as well as his creative processes, anchor the conversation as he intimately shares how his experiences as an lifelong open-water swimmer and surfer are throughlines within his highly varied portfolio. The conversation turns down many different avenues, including the topic of the sacredness within gallery spaces that often feel similar to the contemplative experiences of being in the water, and the effect of the pandemic on the artistic process. We encourage you to explore Chris coffin’s work found on his website at www.chriscoffin.com He will be showing his new work at the 'Here Comes the Sun' exhibition at the Ursa Gallery in Bridgeport, CT from April 24th. Follow him on instagram at @coffinh20. Swell season is recorded by the News Stand Studio in Rockefeller Center in the heart of Manhattan and is distributed by WAX.Radio

Apr 22

1 hr 25 min

On Saturday, March 27th, at Beach 69th street, the New York community had a paddle out to honor those lost in the mass shootings in Atlanta, Georgia. Swell Season was on hand to capture the thoughts and sentiments following the shooting and the rise of hate crime against the AAPI community. We talked to different participants of the paddle out along with organizers, Momo Hudes of Benny’s Surf Club, Catherine Mao of Laru Beya Collective & Jungwon Kim. This paddle out was to honor Soon C. Park, Hyun Jung Kim, Suncha Kim, Yong A. Yue, Delaina Yaun, Xiajie Tan, Daoyou Feng, and Paul Andre Michael. For resources on how you can help support the AAPI community you can go to the following organizations: Red Canary Song: https://www.redcanarysong.net Safe Walks: https://www.instagram.com/safewalksnyc/?hl=enOn Saturday, March 27th, at Beach 69th street, the New York community had a paddle out to honor those lost in the mass shootings in Atlanta, Georgia. Swell Season was on hand to capture the thoughts and sentiments following the shooting and the rise of hate crime against the AAPI community. We talked to different participants of the paddle out along with organizers, Momo Hudes of Benny’s Surf Club, Catherine Mao of Laru Beya Collective & Jungwon Kim. This paddle out was to honor Soon C. Park, Hyun Jung Kim, Suncha Kim, Yong A. Yue, Delaina Yaun, Xiajie Tan, Daoyou Feng, and Paul Andre Michael. For resources on how you can help support the AAPI community you can go to the following organizations: Red Canary Song: https://www.redcanarysong.net Safe Walks: https://www.instagram.com/safewalksnyc/?hl=enSwell Season Surf Radio is recorded by NewsStand studios at Rockefeller Center in the heart of Manhattan and is Distributed by WAX.Radio

Apr 19

1 hr 9 min

Trailblazing surf photographer Sachi Cunningham is world renowned, an acclaimed documentary filmmaker, a Professor of Multimedia Journalism at San Francisco State University, and a mom. Swell Season Surf Radio host Karen Song & co-host Matthew Rohrer, chat with Sachi in Northern California about her contributions to the surf culture at large, her humble beginnings as a water photographer, what big waves taught her about overcoming cancer, and her latest film project She Change: The Film, about women fighting for gender equality in one of the most dangerous sports on earth and plus so much more. Swell Season Surf Radio is recorded by NewsStand studios at Rockefeller Center in the heart of Manhattan and is Distributed by WAX.Radio

Apr 14

1 hr 8 min

On Swell Season Weekend Edition, we are launching a new quarterly series in collaboration with the Surfrider Foundation NYC Chapter, called Surfrider Updates - NYC. Quarterly updates from our local Surfrider Foundation Chapter on all the local environmental happenings and initiatives taking place in and around the New York Metropolitan area. We sit down with the Chapter Chairperson, Nikita Scott to discuss their "Rise Above Plastics Program", their local coalition efforts to expand access to water safety for people of all ages, and the current Williams Pipeline update. If you live and surf near or around the NYC area, tune in to learn about local issues facing our community. For more information on how to get involved with the Surfrider Foundation NYC Chapter, go to https://nyc.surfrider.org or follow them on Instagram @surfridernyc Swell Season Surf Radio is recorded by NewsStand studios at Rockefeller Center in the heart of Manhattan and is Distributed by WAX.Radio

Apr 10

54 min 37 sec

Swell Season is excited introduce a new series for the legions of the stoked, Dear Shredder: An advice podcast exploring mental health issues in the surf and skate communities. The series is hosted by Matt L. Rohrer, a licensed psychotherapist practicing in NYC who just happens to be a skateboarder, surfer, writer & musician. Dear Shredder looks at mental health issues through a shredder’s lens, and shredding issues through a mental health lens. It also aims to reducing stigma around mental illness/mental health care in skate and surf communities. On the premiere episode, Matt is joined by Swell Season host Karen Song, and their guest is pioneering surf photographer Sachi Cunningham, an acclaimed documentary filmmaker and Professor of Multimedia Journalism at San Francisco State University. They discuss Cunningham’s career and experiences with mental health needs, and they answer questions from listeners. We hope you enjoy this new series on Swell Season Surf Radio. If you’d like to contribute a question visit @dearshredder on Instagram and click the link in the bio, where you can fill out an anonymous form. Swell Season Surf Radio is recorded by NewsStand studios at Rockefeller Center in the heart of Manhattan and is Distributed by WAX.Radio Disclaimer: Listening to this podcast does not constitute therapy/mental health care. If you or someone you know are having a mental health emergency, dial 911 or visit the nearest emergency room. Below is a list resources:Resilience Lab: Offering therapy where ever you are, online or in New York City where our offices are welcoming, inclusive spaces where you can relax, open up and learnhttps://resiliencelab.usAckerman Institute for the Family: Founded in 1960, the Ackerman Institute for the Family is one of the premier institutions for family therapy and one of the best-known and most highly regarded training facilities for family therapists in the United States. The Institute serves families from all walks of life at all stages of family life.https://www.ackerman.orgBrooklyn Center for Psychotherapy: Recognizing the growing treatment needs of the substance abusing population, New Directions was founded in 1988 to service this community. Licensed by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, it has grown to be a cornerstone of chemical dependency treatment in Brooklyn.https://newdirectionsbrooklyn.com

Apr 7

1 hr 6 min

Benjamin Sargent the “Brooklyn Chowder Surfer” , aka. “Dr. Klaw”, is an American celebrity chef,[1] restaurateur, television personality, performance artist, author, designer, owner of Hurricane Hopeful in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and is now the owner of Bent Apple Farms in Vermont. You might remember him from his appearances on the Food Network& Cooking Channel. In this episode of Swell Season's Art & Design Series with Chris & Chris, Ben take's a hilarious walk down culinary lane and the infancy of hipster culture and the gentrification of Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Ben talks with us about his roots in New England, the definition of chowder, the creation of a variety of business, his close relationship with the infamous, “Dr.Klaw”, The “Underground Lobster Pound”, and the legendary, “Hurricane Hopeful.” This is a hilarious and insightful installment full of stinky clams, lobster tails, steamers, beer, and long boards on the subway out to Rockaway! Grab your spoon and dive into this chowder full of mouth watering nautical tales fueled by urban surf vibes! Follow us on Instagram @swellseasonsurf Swell Season Surf Radio is recorded by The Newsstand Studio at Rockefeller Center in the heart of Manhattan and is distributed by WAX.Radio.

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Apr 1

1 hr 38 min

Our guest on this episode of Swell Season is Brendon Babenzien, the founder of the environmentally conscious menswear brand Noah. He is also a former creative director at Supreme, which is arguably one of the most influential streetwear brands of all time. He grew up surfing the beaches of central Long Island and worked at the legendary Rick’s Action Sports in its heyday. We reminisce about grommethood on Long Island, discuss sustainable clothing and helping to shift the cultural understanding of ‘cool’ by promoting more ‘intelligent consumption. Anyone interested sustainability or old school NY surf history will really enjoy this conversation. Enjoy... Swell Season Surf Radio is recorded by The Newsstand Studio at Rockefeller Center in the heart of Manhattan and is distributed by WAX.Radio.

Mar 30

1 hr 32 min

Ellie Miller is a registered nurse who lives in Brooklyn, NY and has been practicing as a Labor & Delivery nurse for 8 years. She is about to embark on her 3rd career as a midwife and is an adult learner surfer, having started in earnest about 3 years ago. A few months back, Ellie and host, Tyler Breuer had an incident in the water. Tyler had reacted as many experienced surfers tend to.. with condescension and a bit of attitude. But Ellie remained calm and understanding. Then something amazing happened. Instead of ruining each other's sessions, the two had a remarkable conversation about etiquette, appropriate behavior in the lineup and the two have become friends. This episode is a conversation about how surfers can make the lineup better for all and how we appropriately deal with each other when there are incidents while surfing. It also shows how experienced surfers have much to learn from the newer surfers. We hope you enjoy this conversation. Swell Season Surf Radio is recorded by The Newsstand Studio at Rockefeller Center in the heart of Manhattan and is distributed by WAX.Radio.

Mar 10

1 hr 7 min

Milk Cult is a fun and innovative ice cream company with an edge, based out of Washington DC. It is the brainchild of Ed Cornell & Patrick Griffith, two friends from their respective teenage years that came together to form an ice cream company that pays devotion to the Dairy Gods.Ed Cornell is an active surfer along the mid atlantic coast. He spent some years overseas in Indonesia where he helped come up with the concept for Milk Cult. Ed is our Guest on this episode. We jump into the trials and tribulations of starting a business while balancing the surfing side of one’s life and much more. If you love Ice cream and Surfing, you're gonna love this episode.

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Mar 3

1 hr 3 min

On this episode we dive into the spiritual journey of Shawn Zappo, a New Jersey based surfer/writer, who runs the website Surf & Abide and is currently working on his first book entitled "Surfing Sadhana: The Mystical Dimension Of The Wave-Riding Experience. Like many of us, he sees the connection that surfing has to the divine.

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Feb 17

1 hr 35 min

Dion Mattison is the founder and lead instructor of Conatus Surf Club. He launched Conatus Surf Club with the aim of providing high quality individualized instruction. Dion is also Ph.D. candidate in the Philosophy Department at the New School for Social Research. The blending of philosophy and surfing is Dion's next natural progression and makes for a fun and dynamic conversation. We explore the physical and metaphysical nature of surfing on this weeks episode of Swell Season Surf Radio. It's a doozy but well worth the listen.

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Feb 10

2 hr 9 min

California born and bred, Kassia Meador began surfing at age 14. By 17-years-old, Kassia was a sponsored pro-longboarder, traveling the world. Known for her graceful surf style, Kassia was crowned the "queen of noseriding" by the New York Times and in 2011 ranked 2nd on the WSL women's longboard tour.Throughout her career as a competitive sponsored athlete, Kassia was actively involved in designing products under the umbrella of her sponsors. In 2013, Kassia left sponsored surfing to build a brand--that focused on quality instead of quantity, working towards more conscious solutions rather than contributing to the larger global issues. In 2015 she launched KASSIA+SURF, a brand for women by women with design rooted in authenticity gained through 23 years experience. She is our guest on this episode of the Swell Season Art & Design Series with Chris & Chris. We dive into her career, her experiences with building an ethical brand and becoming a sound healer. We hope you enjoy...Swell Season Listeners can get 11% Off Kassia Surf Bars of Wax using promo code WAXUP11 at www.Kassisurf.com Have a story or thought you want to share? Please submit all your thoughts and questions to swellseasonsurfradio@gmail.com We want to hear from you. Call into our hotline to share your stories at 732-660-5751Swell Season Surf Radio is produced by WAX.Radio - An internet radio station based in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, sharing the community of Wax Studios. Contact us if you have a show idea, subscribe for updates, browse our archive..info@wax-studios.comwww.swellseasonsurf.com

Jan 20

1 hr 43 min

On this episode of Swell Season Surf Radio, we sit and chat with surf shop owner, glasser, shredder, Phil Browne of Glide Surf Co. and The Heavens Glassing in Asbury Park, NJ. In 2011 Phil opened his shop in Normandy Beach, NJ but after Hurricane Sandy and all the destruction it wrought, Phil made a move to the emerging scene in Asbury Park. He and his team are carving out an exclusive niche for themselves in New Jersey, through the offerings of his shop and the unconventional surf crafts he purveys. We discuss what it’s like running a surf shop in the time of Covid, the changes to the market, his history and connection to New Jersey Surfing and running one of the best glass houses in the Northeast. For more information on Glide Surf Co, go to www.glidesurfco.com Have a story or thought you want to share? Please submit all your thoughts and questions to swellseasonsurfradio@gmail.com We want to hear from you. Call into our hotline to share your stories at 732-660-5751Swell Season Surf Radio is produced by WAX.Radio - An internet radio station based in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, sharing the community of Wax Studios. Contact us if you have a show idea, subscribe for updates, browse our archive..info@wax-studios.comwww.swellseasonsurf.com

Jan 6

1 hr

Thomas Campbell's the "Seedling"was a view of the alternative surfing culture during a time when Professional competitive surfing was the norm. This film was both influential and prescient of boards, culture and things to come in surfing. He eventually followed it up with Sprout and then The Present. All documenting and influencing the growing strain of surf culture that rides anything but the standard shortboard. Outside of Surf / Skate Culture, Thomas is an acclaimed painter, sculpture, photographer, and maker of things. Mounting solo exhibitions in New York, Paris, Tokyo, Denmark, The Netherlands, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Morocco. He is also affiliated with the Beautiful Losers collective, an art movement inspired by street art, punk, and hip hop. On the latest Swell Season Art & Design Series, Chris & Chris catch up with Thomas Campbell to discuss his work, life, history and politics... This is a must listen episode... Enjoy.Have a story or thought you want to share? Please submit all your thoughts and questions to swellseasonsurfradio@gmail.com We want to hear from you. Call into our hotline to share your stories at 732-660-5751Swell Season Surf Radio is produced by WAX.Radio - An internet radio station based in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, sharing the community of Wax Studios. Contact us if you have a show idea, subscribe for updates, browse our archive..info@wax-studios.comwww.swellseasonsurf.com

Dec 2020

1 hr 21 min

The Laru Beya Collective is an organization born in Rockaway created by Rockaway locals, which serves to empower Rockaway's underrepresented youth through surfing. On this episode of Swell Season, contributing co-host Karen Song talks with the Laru Beya Collective founders, Aydon Gabourel and Warren Samson—cousins with Garifuna roots from Belize—on their goal to not only nurture great surfers by envisioning and enacting a 360 degree approach to surf education to their youth, but utilizing it as a means of fostering conscientious world citizens and future leaders. The Laru Beya Collective is a incredible organization and we encourage everyone to give this episode a listen. Want to get involved or more information on Laru Beya Collective you can go to www.larubeyacollective.com or follow them on Instagram @LarubeyasurfingHave a story or thought you want to share? Please submit all your thoughts and questions to swellseasonsurfradio@gmail.com We want to hear from you. Call into our hotline to share your stories at 732-660-5751Swell Season Surf Radio is produced by WAX.Radio - An internet radio station based in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, sharing the community of Wax Studios. Contact us if you have a show idea, subscribe for updates, browse our archive..info@wax-studios.comwww.swellseasonsurf.com

Dec 2020

59 min 25 sec

Farmhaus is the one man furniture studio of Ben McBrien based in the Kensington neighborhood of Philly. Ben McBrien is also a former New Jersey Pro surfer who always seems to be in contention for wave of the winter. On the latest Swell Season Art & Design Series, Chris & Chris catch up with Ben to discuss his transition from professional surfer to high end craftsman who takes reclaimed wood and designs them into gorgeous furniture and art pieces. Ben opens up about what inspired him to pursue his craft and the lessons learned along the way. On Swell Season Surf Radio. Have a story or thought you want to share? Please submit all your thoughts and questions to swellseasonsurfradio@gmail.com We want to hear from you. Call into our hotline to share your stories at 732-660-5751Swell Season Surf Radio is produced by WAX.Radio - An internet radio station based in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, sharing the community of Wax Studios. Contact us if you have a show idea, subscribe for updates, browse our archive..info@wax-studios.comwww.swellseasonsurf.com

Dec 2020

1 hr 44 min

Benny's Club is a collective dedicated to spreading surfing knowledge and creating a more accepting environment for queer and POC surfers. On this episode of Swell Season, cohosts Tyler & Karen talk with Benny's Club founders Johnny Cappetta and Momo Hudes on Benny’s aims and goals of fostering a community of surfers regardless of experience level all the while making surfing more accessible for anyone and everyone in New York. We dive into their experiences as surfers and why the sport of surfing is in need of a moral reckoning. For more information on Benny's Surf Club, you can follow them on Instagram @Bennys.clubHave a story or thought you want to share? Please submit all your thoughts and questions to swellseasonsurfradio@gmail.com We want to hear from you. Call into our hotline to share your stories at 732-660-5751Swell Season Surf Radio is produced by WAX.Radio - An internet radio station based in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, sharing the community of Wax Studios. Contact us if you have a show idea, subscribe for updates, browse our archive..info@wax-studios.comwww.swellseasonsurf.com

Nov 2020

1 hr 20 min

On this episode of Swell Season Surf Radio, we continue our Art & Design series with Chris & Chris. They dive deep with legendary NY photographer Mike Nelson. If there was ever a NY Surfing Hall of Fame, Mike Nelson would be one of the first inductees. He’s documented NY surfing for over 30 years and has helped shape surf culture and community with Unsound Surf their years of organizing professional surf contests and surf movies. If you surf NY, you should give this a listen. It’s a fantastic interview and we’re stoked to bring it to you.Have a story or thought you want to share? Please submit all your thoughts and questions to swellseasonsurfradio@gmail.com We want to hear from you. Call into our hotline to share your stories at 732-660-5751Swell Season Surf Radio is produced by WAX.Radio - An internet radio station based in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, sharing the community of Wax Studios. Contact us if you have a show idea, subscribe for updates, browse our archive..info@wax-studios.comwww.swellseasonsurf.com

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Oct 2020

1 hr 32 min

In Early October, the hosts of Swell Season got the call from Will Skudin of Skudin Surf to put together a small crew for a test session at the newly opened American Dream indoor wave pool. Located just 20-30 minutes outside of New York City at the American Dream Mall in East Rutherford, NJ, our hosts recount their experience with glee and pure grommet-like stoke. This episode is the full breakdown of the session, the wave, the setting and and overall experience. If you live in or around NYC and wouldn't mind getting a warm water session during the middle of winter, this is a must listen episode. A huge THANK YOU goes out to Will Skudin and the whole Skudin Surf Team for making this whole thing happen and letting us play in the pool. Enjoy the episode. For those interested in booking a private session at Skudin Surf at the American Dream Indoor Wave Pool go to : https://skudinsurfamericandream.comMusicArtist: Pseudo EchoSong: LIving in a DreamAlbum: Love an AdventureHave a story or thought you want to share? Please submit all your thoughts and questions to swellseasonsurfradio@gmail.com We want to hear from you. Call into our hotline to share your stories at 732-660-5751Swell Season Surf Radio is produced by WAX.Radio - An internet radio station based in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, sharing the community of Wax Studios. Contact us if you have a show idea, subscribe for updates, browse our archive..info@wax-studios.comwww.swellseasonsurf.com

Oct 2020

51 min 51 sec

NYC photographer Justin Jay recently released his book project HI1K, documenting the culture of pro surfers and chronicling the spectacle that is the Triple Crown surf contest. It's an incredible in depth look at the moments between the action on the seven mile miracle. On this episode, we talk HI1K, surfing in Rockaway, the changes to New York City over the past 25 years and his new project, The Plug, a podcast where cultural arbiters and artists talk about life at large. We highly recommend you check it out. Justin is our guest on this episode of Swell Season Surf Radio. Enjoy the show... Have a story or thought you want to share? Please submit all your thoughts and questions to swellseasonsurfradio@gmail.com We want to hear from you. Call into our hotline to share your stories at 732-660-5751Swell Season Surf Radio is produced by WAX.Radio - An internet radio station based in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, sharing the community of Wax Studios. Contact us if you have a show idea, subscribe for updates, browse our archive..info@wax-studios.comwww.swellseasonsurf.com

Oct 2020

1 hr 13 min

On this episode, Ben comes back to cohost an episode of epic proportions! We talk to Garden State ripper, Pro Surfer, Regional Marketing Manager for Billabong, and Communications Officer for American Wave Machines, Rob Kelly, about wave pools in a post covid world, life as a NJ pro surfer and following September Swells up New England’s varied coastline. All this on the next Swell Season Surf RadioHave a story or thought you want to share? Please submit all your thoughts and questions to swellseasonsurfradio@gmail.com We want to hear from you. Call into our hotline to share your stories at 732-660-5751Swell Season Surf Radio is produced by WAX.Radio - An internet radio station based in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, sharing the community of Wax Studios. Contact us if you have a show idea, subscribe for updates, browse our archive..info@wax-studios.comwww.swellseasonsurf.com

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Oct 2020

54 min 3 sec

We really pleased to announce a new podcast that Tyler Breuer has been working on with Matt Warshaw of the Encyclopedia of Surfing, David Scales of Surf Splendor Podcasts and my brother Jamie It’s called the Sunday Joint. Think Car Talk meets Encyclopedia of Surf meets High Fidelity. A preview of the first episode is now streaming on WAX. On the premiere episode of the Sunday Joint with Tyler & Jamie Breuer, the boys dismantle, rearrange, and neatly place back on the shelf the 13 Biggest moments in Surf of the 21st century. Then it's on to the St. Christopher surf-themed medallion, which causes Tyler to question his fashion choices as a grommet, as he wore the medallion while also wearing Z-Cavariccis & a white turtleneck. The brothers finish off the episode with a round of "Stump my Bro!" Tyler asks Jamie one question related to Matt Warshaw's Sunday Joint newsletter. Jamies does the same to Tyler. Alcohol is involved. All this and more on the opening episode of the Sunday Joint, an Encyclopedia of Surfing podcast. Distributed by The Surf Splendor.www.eos.surf

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Sep 2020

1 hr 9 min

On this episode of Swell season, we speak to Aussie transplant, Jack Farley about ocean advocacy, Taking 3 for the Sea, Moving to NYC and surfing the Rockaway's. An Australian living in Brooklyn, Jack loves to discuss plastic pollution with others and share the knowledge he has learned while working for Take 3 For The Sea for 6 years. Take 3 is a NGO that aims to conserve the environment and protect wildlife from the impacts of plastic pollution and waste by leading a movement of people connected to the planet.Since moving on from the Take 3 team earlier this year, Jack gained a certificate of Corporate Sustainability from NYU and has been focused on expanding his understanding of the plastic pollution crisis. He is now currently focussed on the private sector and the oncoming Sustainability Revolution. What is interesting about Jack's story is that it's not that unfamiliar to many of us who moved to NYC. Coming to NYC in search of something and in that search the city shapes and helps define you. Maybe it's the density of this city, the fact that we all have to tolerate and help each other in order for this city to function, but New York has a way of bringing awareness and understanding to many of those who move and live here. We explore this and more on this episode. We hope you enjoy... Have a story or thought you want to share? Please submit all your thoughts and questions to swellseasonsurfradio@gmail.com We want to hear from you. Call into our hotline to share your stories at 732-660-5751Swell Season Surf Radio is produced by WAX.Radio - An internet radio station based in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, sharing the community of Wax Studios. Contact us if you have a show idea, subscribe for updates, browse our archive..info@wax-studios.comwww.swellseasonsurf.com

Aug 2020

1 hr 22 min

On this episode of Swell Season Surf Radio, we continue with our Art & Design Series with Chris Coffin & Chris Labzda. Chris & Chris had the opportunity to interview multi media artist, Ashley Bickerton. This conversation is pure GOLD! Ashley goes into detail about his upbringing in Hawaii, surfing pipeline with some legendary and great surfers, surf culture, his trajectory as an artist as he navigated the decadent 80's art boom in NYC, to his rejecting of the art scene and travelling to Brazil, and finally to Bali. We dive into how his creative process is influenced by surfing and his nomadic lifestyle and how his approach to the contemporary art scene is certainly not the predictable path. This interview is a wild ride! It's a voyeuristic view into the New York art world and reads like Alan Weisbecker's "In Search of Captain Zero." A this and more...

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Aug 2020

2 hr 8 min

On this episode of Swell Season, we kick off our new Art & Design series with contributors Christopher Labzda & Christopher Coffin and their interview with artist and Hull aficionado Kris Chatterson. The Swell Season Art & Design Series is an exploration of the arts with a surfy lens. Both contributors Chris Coffin & Chris Labzda aim to have in-depth conversations with artists and creatives about their art, their processes and how surfing helps to shape their outlook in the creative world. This first episode is with Mr. Chatterson, born in Orlando Fl. He has spent the past ten years working between Los Angeles and New York and now resides in Rhode Island. His most recent exhibitions venues include: Jeff Baley Gallery, Asya Geisberg Gallery, Lesley Heller Workspace and Feature Inc. in New York. Western Project and Summer Camp Project Project in Los Angele. Dorsch Gallery in Miami and Laroche/Joncas in Montreal. Kris opens up about his creative process, influences, and how surfing has played a role in his career. Kris is also known for his instagram account @hulloholic and sure delivers in this interview.Music:DevoGates of SteelHave a story or thought you want to share? Please submit all your thoughts and questions to swellseasonsurfradio@gmail.com We want to hear from you. Call into our hotline to share your stories at 732-660-5751Swell Season Surf Radio is produced by WAX.Radio - An internet radio station based in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, sharing the community of Wax Studios. Contact us if you have a show idea, subscribe for updates, browse our archive..info@wax-studios.comwww.swellseasonsurf.com

Jul 2020

2 hr 12 min

On the Latest Episode we speak with Jungwon Kim, who is the Head of Creative & Editorial at the Rainforest Alliance, an international organization focused on natural climate solutions and sustainable rural livelihoods. She's a native Californian who has lived in Brooklyn for 20+ years, mother of two teenage daughters, and a joyfully mediocre longboarder who started surfing at the tender young age of 40. Cohost Karen Song sits down with Jungwon to discuss learning to surf as an adult, her work with the Rain Forest Alliance, and diversity in the lineup. We're stoked to have Jungwon on this episode of Swell Season Surf Radio. For More information on The Rainforest Alliance go to https://www.rainforest-alliance.orgOpening Song:The Melody of a Fallen TreeArtist: Windsor for The DerbyHave a story or thought you want to share? Please submit all your thoughts and questions to swellseasonsurfradio@gmail.com We want to hear from you. Call into our hotline to share your stories at 732-660-5751Swell Season Surf Radio is produced by WAX.Radio - An internet radio station based in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, sharing the community of Wax Studios. Contact us if you have a show idea, subscribe for updates, browse our archive..info@wax-studios.comwww.swellseasonsurf.com

Jul 2020

1 hr 26 min