Photographer shows the power of the ocean

Clark Little, a name that is quickly becoming associated by thousands with the majesty of the ocean, will exhibit his photographs and sign copies of his new book, “The Shorebreak Art of Clark Little,” from 7 to 10 p.m. April 23 at Ocean Art Gallery, 346 S. Cedros Ave., Suite 300, Solana Beach.

The event is open to the public, and beverages and hors d’oeuvres will be served. The book is a collection of his most popular photos with forewords by Jack Johnson and Kelly Slater.

Through his stunning photography, Little brings his viewer inside the power and prism of the breaking wave, risking life and limb to get the shot.

His work has seized the attention of photographic institutions such as National Geographic and Nikon. In less than three years, Clark has gained national and international recognition for his North Shore (Hawaii) shorebreak wave photography with appearances on television shows “Good Morning America,” “Inside Edition,” “The Today Show” and “ABC World News Now.”

Clark’s work has been featured in many publications and newspapers such as Sierra Magazine (U.S.), Nature’s Best Photography (U.S.), Nikon World, The Guardian (U.K.), Metro (U.K.), The Australian, People’s Daily (China), Surfer’s Journal, Surfer Magazine and Surfing Life (Australia).

For more information, call (858) 259-8920.

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