Tucked on a corner right off Main Street in Huntington Beach lies the well known International Surfing Museum. The museum is home to many famous relics, surfboards, memorabilia, and hosts rotating art and photography exhibits every few months.
On October 24th at 6pm, the Surfing Museum will host an extensive surf art exhibit for Huntington Beach native Michael Latham, who has been capturing beautiful shots from Seal Beach all the way to Lowers. Surfer turned photographer, Latham has been a fixture of the surf art scene at the Art Walk on Main Street, and his work has been featured in several local magazines and sites such as Surfline.
Latham discovered his passion for photography later in life around 35, when he decided to pick up and shoot for a few friends during a surf sesh one day. Today, the surfer, husband, and father has gained notoriety for his beautiful shots epitomizing the Southern California surf scene.
The art exhibit will take place at the International Surfing Museum on October 24th at 6pm, with food, drinks, good music, and good vibes all around. Feel free to attend and enjoy some great summer’s end photography, for free! For more images by Michael Latham, follow his Instagram at @ml_image , and to get your hands on some prints, visit his page.