Born from the creative young minds of film maker, Kaius Potter, and surfer, Soli Bailey, Angst strives to be the home of all things radical, raw and free. Documenting not only high-performance surfing, but realistic views of the lives of modern innovative youth. The Byron Bay duo provide a their own take on contemporary surfing culture and Angst is their profile.
“Angst is aimed at creating an oblique take on the way majority of people view our lifestyle, and differing ourselves from the concentrated mainstream of surfing blogs,” Potter told us. “As part of the current youth, we aim to portray a different angle, and show what we see, how we want it to be seen.”
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