'A brand new clip by Seth Hughes offering an insight into the double life of Newquay based surfer, father and fisherman Adam Griffiths.
I remember an afternoon a few winters ago, several hours into a tireless hunt around the Cornish coastline, standing with Adam as he stared intently down into a cove where choppy waves, cut apart by howling cross-shores, were crumbling onto a patch of boulder-strewn sand. His wide-ranging quiver and even-keeled enthusiasm mean that he’s almost always just out there. But as we watched the waves dribbling into the bay, it was clear this wasn’t the goose we’d been chasing. He didn’t seem perturbed by the fruitlessness of the detour though. In fact, I’m not even sure he’d noticed the waves at all. Instead, he pointed down to a little cluster of rocks, cheerily muttered something about bass and vowed with a grin that he’d be back in the summer with his rod. Fishing spot found.'
Read the whole thing over at WAVELENGTH
Photography by Luke Gartside