Clark Little used to be renowned for being the lone surfer with the minerals to surf big Waimea shorebreak with the hungry pack of boogers. Now he’s the world’s most famous shorebreak photographer. A photographer that’s taken his own path and now inspired a legion of acolytes. Keiki shorebreak has been shot for years by different photographers but none have made it’s sandy, warped caverns their own like Clark. Join him for a day in the office courtesy of Tournotes.