I originally saw this post on David Kanigan’s blog and was in awe for the whole 3 minutes and 36 seconds of this video.
Clark Little is an incredible wave photographer. Clark started out as a surfer, but quickly found his passion in photographing the waves. He bought a $150 waterproof camera and got to work. Before he knew it, he was a worldwide sensation.
You can see his amazing photography on his website and watch his story in the video.
Clark’s work has been exhibited at
- the Smithsonian Museum
- Alden B. Dow Museum
- Science Museum of Virginia
- Parco Logos Gallery (Tokyo, Japan)
- The Four Seasons
- The Ritz-Carlton Resorts
He’s also been published in
- National Geographic
- New York Times
- Nikon World
- Paris Match
- Outdoor Japan
- Nature’s Best Photography
- Surfer’s Journal
9 thoughts on “Incredible Wave Photographer: Clark Little”
Waw, indeed! 🙂
I was floored! It would be so hard to get those shots. I bet he got nailed by the waves a few times.
I think so too! 😀
It is! So glad you liked it 🙂
Spectacular pictures. What an awesome job to have huh? Thanks for sharing.
Most definitely! It just goes to show that you can make money doing the things you love <3
I know. My jaw is still on the ground!