Bio

“The ocean is always at the core of my photography,” he says. “The constantly changing colors and conditions always inspire me.”

         Bryce Johnson grew up surfing and drumming in local bands on the south side of Kauai. After high school he bounced from College in Australia to music school in Los Angeles. In 2007 he migrated to San Diego to pursue a degree in photography. After interning at SURFER Magazine and working for John Segesta, a commercial and editorial photographer, he worked with WalkingOnWater.org and The Promise Land, a film analyzing the Israeli Palestinian conflict through the eyes of surfers.

After volunteering for Surf Haiti, a nonprofit organization centering on water purification and sustainable living for Haitian people he partook in a round-the-world shoot for Gillette, traveling across several countries in thirty days.

“The ocean is always at the core of my photography,” he says. “The constantly changing colors and conditions always inspire me.”

Johnson’s work has been featured in numerous publications including SURFER Magazine, Surfer Girl Japan, Saturdays Surf NYC and Korduroy TV. Bryce now works freelance flying between Kauai and Los Angeles.

 

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Clients:

Imperial Motion, Rip Curl, Aloha Sunday, Kukuiula, Surfer Magazine, FreeSurf, Nalu Magazine, Innov8 Magazine, Cobian FootWear.