"Bielmann: Straight Up the Man" is a short film that profiles world-renowned surf photographer Brian Bielmann. Tag along with Sanuk and follow Brian through his home turf at the Pipeline Masters, thumbing through endless stacks of vinyl records, and sharing the incredible stories behind the iconic photographs that he’s documented over his 30+ year career.
In this sneak peek, BB sheds light on life behind the lens traveling the world with one of surfing’s most cherished sons, the late great Andy Irons.
Coming December 11th to Sanuk.com + beyond.
Starring: Brian Bielmann, Chris Cote, Alek Parker, Aaron Checkwood, Clark Little, Nathan Fletcher, Herbie Fletcher, Kai “Borg” Garcia, and Matt Meola.
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BIELMANN: STRAIGHT UP THE MAN - a new film from Sanuk profiling world-renowned surf photographer Brian Bielmann and his incredible tales of life behind the lens.
Starring: Brian Bielmann Photography, Chris Cote, Alek Parker, Matt Meola, Clark Little Photography, Nathan Fletcher, Herbie Fletcher + more.
In this first look, Brian sheds light on his close relationship with one of surfing’s most cherished sons, the late great Andy Irons.
Don’t miss the world premier on December 11th at www.sanuk.com
A few years ago Ryan Callinan launched the backhand air heard around the world and put himself on the prog map. Covers. Movie parts. Excitement. The whole thing from one move(see Lost Atlas for proof). Since then he’s charmed us with his manners and continued to psyche us with his corkscrew backhand.
Out of the water he’s been mysterious by default. His polite nature, quiet Newcastle upbringing and humble demeanor coupled with a few ill-timed knee tweaks over the years have kept him from hogging the spotlight that he’s earned himself. His surfing however, continues to freak us out every time we see it. Still never seen someone wind up and deliver such a healthy repertoire of backhand whips, with the staggering consistency that Ryan has. And here today, in his Fairly Normal you’ll get the sense that his forehand aint too shabby either. And that his local spot is freaking holding.
Hit play, devour some of our bandwidth and meet the modest man who’s making Merewether Beach so proud — and start to understand why we’re so certain he’ll be grabbing a lot more of that spotlight he’s earned very soon.
Filmed and edited by Jay Grant