Thank You Mother Trailer
Thank You Mother is a cinematic journey of surfing, simplicity and appreciation. It is a film that isn’t afraid to be beautiful, stylish and sincere. Produced by Torren Martyn and Ishka Folkwell with an original soundtrack by Nick Bampton. Thank You Mother is narrated by award winning Australian film maker and life-long simplist Albert Falzon, who made the seminal 1970 surf film Morning of the Earth
Drew McPherson- Sliding through a winter's morning
Drew chooses to live an uncomplicated life, focusing on the simple things, always travelling light and searching for uncrowded waves.
Drew McPherson- Solitude
In a new clip sound tracked by vagabond muso Archer, needessentials product tester Drew McPherson goes deep in the mist on some cold and lonely, cliff-lined coasts. Swinging a long pintail single-fin under the lip, Drew’s uncomplicated approach echoes the lonesome blues of Archer. Both are men who travel light; who try to find authenticity by letting go of the trappings, not accumulating them. Sometimes humans need to slow down and take stock, so kick back in an old chair and enjoy this perfect slice of
Then go find your own.
Music - Archer - Garden - Album Old time sing song man.
Nias - Laurie Towner
The swell was almost to big for the reef, turning a perfect right into a thick double up monster. On the big day most waves where going unridden with only a few putting themselves under the lip and getting rewarded with some amazing tubes. After getting some great waves Laurie Towner got flogged at the bottom of a huge double up separating some ribs. He was done! but still stoked.
A Film by Gary Parker
Lucid Dreaming - Laurie Towner
Watch what happens when Laurie Towner meets the biggest swell to hit Fiji's Cloudbreak.
A portrait of Laurie Towner
A glimpse into the everyday life of big wave surfer Laurie Towner in his home town on the east coast of Australia.
Film by Gary Parker
Torren Martyn on a 5’4” twin - baby blue
Torren Martyn in a short story about a long session in Indonesia. The trip itself was a short spontaneous one, this is one of if not my favourite waves to visit. It's just one of those places that I really enjoy spending self time at, reading, thinking, early mornings and early nights just simple living. I find the ocean there so unpredictable and mesmerising, one of those places you can sit and just about stare at the ocean all day and never really know what's going to happen next.
Torren Martyn & Friends - Lost Track
From the LOST TRACK feature film by Ishka Folkwell. Torren Martyn and Friends enjoying a remote reef break. Riding a morning of the earth channel bottom twin fin.
From the edge of the earth
Nothing better than spending all day in the water in those cold winter months when the wind is offshore all day - On the edge of Australia somewhere with Torren Martyn - from the feature film Lost Track by Ishka Folkwell
Trading waves, Torren Martyn and Friends enjoying a remote little piece of coast from the feature film LOST TRACK by Ishka Folkwell
Torren Martyn in Australia
Torren Martyn sliding through some amazing waves in the remote parts of Australia. Wearing the NEEDessentials 4/3 steamer. Filmed by Ishka Folkwell
Torren martyn having fun in some piping waves
In the remote parts of Australia Torren Martyn riding a Morning of the earth Twin fin having a ball.
Desert tunnels in remote Australia
Torren Martyn finding some nice curls in the remote desert regions of Australia - ShORt film taken from the feature film by Ishka Folkwell titled LOST TRACK
Torren Martyn - Western Oz
Torren Martyn racing through some Western Australian tunnels. A short film from the LOST TRACK film by Ishka Folkwell - FEATURING NEEDessentials wetsuits.
Torren Martyn sliding through Central America
Torren Martyn sliding through central America by ishka folkwell