Photography at shore shots

We are hosting our yearly photography competition which will be free to view at the festival venue The Light House Cinema. We are stoked to have a brilliant lineup of incredible talent, bringing you some of the best in cold water surfing shots. Here are the profiles of the contenders for this year's Best Photographer.


Tim Nunn

Adventures, surf and environment combined is a powerful tool for inspiring people into some form of activity to change

Tim has been involved in image making around surfing and adventure for the last 19 years. Originally starting as a film maker, Tim spent six years on the road, contributing and making 14 films and documentaries around surfing. He then settled in North Cornwall and started to focus on photography, drawing inspiration from sharing an office with The Surfers Path magazine. His incredible surf photography book 'Numb' is a beautiful collection documenting six years of coldwater adventure. A founder of The Plastic Project, he now tours the world, presenting the marine litter issue through photography. 

We are stoked that Tim is coming to Dublin to join us at the festival. We will be announcing some exciting ways that he will be sharing his work and stories with us at the event.

 
"That’s the key to the whole project, it’s presenting the issue in a way that people understand, you can go to many a web site and read the stats around why marine litter is a problem, but it isn’t until you see it, in relation to our environment that people start to understand. We are all very affected by visual stimulus, and that’s why this project in relation to photography is so important."

"That’s the key to the whole project, it’s presenting the issue in a way that people understand, you can go to many a web site and read the stats around why marine litter is a problem, but it isn’t until you see it, in relation to our environment that people start to understand. We are all very affected by visual stimulus, and that’s why this project in relation to photography is so important."


See more of Tim's work here and follow him online @thegoosechase