Woody Gooch has become known for his bold, minimal and textural works that cast a fresh and elegant eye over the ocean and its riders. A surfer himself, Gooch captures fleeting moments in the water while honouring the sensual beauty of the waves. In black and white and muted tones, the captivating works of Woody Gooch are the antithesis of high-action, high-zoom imagery often associated with surf photography, as he rides a new wave of imagery into the industry. His work has been shown in Humo Gallery in Zurich, Switzerland, as well as Room 13 Gallery by The Slow, Bali.
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