New Smyrna Beach, FL – On November 18, 2016, fans in attendance at the Florida Surf Film Festival at Atlantic Center for the Arts will be treated to the exhibited works of photographer Christian Marsh.
Christian studied at Southeastern Photographic Studies at Daytona State. He has held the passion for surf and travel since he was a teenager. He moved to Costa Rica after graduating college to start a small photography business with a partner traveling the country to remote surf areas and photograph them surfing. He lived there for 6 months. After his return to the states, he continued to travel abroad for surf and photography. In 2003, Christian started a career as a firefighter. The schedule and benefits were great for keeping up with his passions.
The images on display at the Florida Surf Film Festival are from his most recent trip to the area of Salina Cruz, Mexico, exact locations will remain undisclosed. They portray the grace and movement of what he cherishes about the ocean and its strength. They represent the dream of travel and being a part of something larger than himself. He finds himself doing great work when he is “sliding in and out of daily life of the places and capturing moments with a journalistic approach.”
The body of work is being shown at the Florida Surf Film Festival only for the weekend of November 18th and 19th at the Atlantic Center for the Arts.
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