Welcome to the official website for Zak Noyle, one of the most-widely recognized surf photographers in the world. Zak, who is the senior staff photographer for SURFER magazine, has spent his entire life in the water. From his home in Hawaii, Zak goes out into the ocean every day, and with his skill and an uncanny knack for being in the right place at the right time, captures vibrant, awe-inspiring surf and wave photographs. Purchase Zak's photography to display in your home or office or as a gift for someone you treasure. Choose from a variety of materials and sizes and capture a piece of the wave for yourself.
Next week on October 27th, Greenroom Gallery will be hosting the grand opening for their newest location at the International Marketplace in Waikiki - and they'll be featuring an exhibit of my photography. I've been working on some really awesome projects lately, capturing some sick shots of SUP racing in San Fransisco and some of the first big waves of the season on the north shore. I'm really looking forward to sharing my photos with all of you guys. I will be doing a meet and greet followed by an autographing session. There will be finger foods, drinks and great company - hope to see you guys there. Where: Greenroom Gallery in the International Marketplace 2330 Kalakaua Ave. #294 Honolulu, HI...
Getting a chance to participate in a beach cleanup anywhere in the world is always great. My work revolves around the ocean. Having a clean place to play and work and have fun is important.
Last weekend I partnered with Davidoff Cool Water to clean up Ocean Beach in San Diego. The event was hosted by Davidoff Cool Water in partnership with National Geographic and Surfrider San Diego. Scott Eastwood, the face of the brand and a huge supporter of ocean conservation, was also there to kick it off and lend his support. They brought the community together to ensure their local beach was in top shape. Great to see. Did you know: Every bottle of Davidoff Cool Water sold helps to protect over 100,000 square feet of ocean?