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Ozzie Wright

Ozzie Wright

From: Sydney, Australia Age: 40

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07/01/76

Birth Place: Sydney

Currently Living: Bali

Height: 6 foot

Weight: 80 Kilos

Sponsors: Volcom, Electric, Santa Cruz, Gorilla Grip

Volcom Rider Since: The 90's Grunge era

First Board: A Sheely 5'10" thruster

Warm Ups: Toe touching

What Gets You Motivated To Surf? Mind clearance time

Side Tracks: Rock 'n roll, painting, family life

Music / Bands: Miley and the Milkshakes, Goons of Doom, Jonathan Richmond, Bob Dylan, Felice Brothers, Daniel Johnston , Velvet Underground, Fait Accompli

Videos / Movies: The Unicorn from the Planet Zorb

Best Style: Ali Boulala

Random Information: My new board is painted like a rainbow with a big smiley face on it

Favorite Volcom Jeans: My tight blue ones, super cool

Favorite Boardshorts: My new ones with three stripes

One Thing You Can't Leave Home Without: Ukulele

Special Thanks: Miley, Rocky, all the people who have helped me along the way there's thousands of them. I appreciate it thanks

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A Candid Photo Journal: Indo Boat Trip w/ Volcom Surf Team
Over the holidays we released a new surf edit (watch it here) featuring a few of our colorful team riders surfing in Indonesia, all of whom absolutely shred in their own unique ways. We have Ryan Burch who takes the high line, creating a unique approach to waves and style which transcends generations, Ozzie Wright who flies down the wave with long rainbow floaters, huge airs, and signature hand-painted surfboards, the electric high-flyin' Brazilian, Yago Dora, the all-or-nothing rowdy Aussie, Mitch Coleborn, the East Coast frothing grom, Pat Schmidt, and the lone comedic Frenchman, Charly Quivront. While each dude is quite different from one another, in the water and on land, they all share the same stoke and passion for surfing and the search for good times. Tom Carey, Volcom veteran photographer, wanted to load up the boat with disposable cameras to catch the other side of the trip. The side that displays the non-surfing shenanigans, adventures, and antics of the team. Cameras were scattered throughout the boat for anyone who wanted to wind up the plastic box and snap something worth capturing. Hundreds of film photos were taken at random by the photographers and some of the team dudes, and by the end of the trip, that winding sound haunted everyone's dreams (I can hear it now). Once we returned home and developed a few dozen of the disposable cameras down at the local market, we pulled some favorites. Take a scroll below and check out this behind-the-scenes, candid photo journal from our Indonesian boat trip. WORDS: Tom Carey PHOTOS: Tom Carey, Luke Forgay, Scott Stinnett CAMERAS: Disposables!! Anytime you could step foot onto dry land was a good moment. Little surf check in our tinny. I think we were at Asu at this point. Ryan Burch, Nate Leal (filmer), Yago Dora, Charly Quivront, Ozzie Wright. All smiles at this point in the trip. Charlie had some weird theory about stickers and boards. Like the boards wouldn't work good if the stickers were in the wrong place or something. Captain Charly Cat. Charly Quivront, the little French punk of the trip surfed circles around everyone. He might have held the Bintang record for the trip. Or at least the Euro record. We stopped for gas one morning in some weird port. Ozzie had some spray paint so the boys left their mark. Gasoline, cigarettes. No problem in Indo. Asu again. We dodged storms a lot on this trip. Indo can be a funny place. Classic Indo fishing boat running through the islands. Once in a while you'll see some feral surfers rocking up on one. That shit is hardcore. Captain Ozzie just going over some charts and plotting our next destination. I tried to go check the waves. I made it about 20 years before the engine acted up. That's where you live for two weeks. Pretty tough at times. Mitch Coleborn trying to keep his sanity. I'm guessing this is Coleborn doing what he does best.. being a knucklehead. Mitch was an animal on the trip. Spawning out on multiple occasions. I think he broke about eight chairs on the deck. Nate loves pole dancing to slow jams by Ozzie. Ozzie is like 38 going on 19. The biggest kid I know. Ozzie got jabbed by his board on day one in big surf. Just missed his eye by a half inch. Get me two more! Ozzie in the pontoon. Air guitar to beer chug? Ozzie finding his groove. Ozzie and his paintbrush. He's the most inspiring, honest, and caring dude I know. I try to bring him on every trip because you know it will be a good one with his infectious love. That smile says it all. Ozzie spends a lot of time in Indo, This was day one in Indo. You think he's excited?! We bought a big stash of fireworks for the trip. I think they lasted like two days. Pat Schmidt is from New Jersey and often wakes up in the Jersey Shore with that finger. Rule #1: Bring noise-cancelling headphones on trips. You'll thank me later. Pat Schmidt jumped on board last minute, found some tubes, and kept things pretty light on board. Pat Schmidt, part hipster, part tube pig, and part party pig. But all together, make up one solid human. We bought about $1K worth of beer. It didn't last long. Ryan Burch beat the heat. When the sun is out and the wind is light, you really start to feel it. I have no idea where these hats came from, but the boys were having a little fun in the cockpit. I think Ozzie is singing that song, "talking about good times," which became the mantra of the trip. Ryan Burch is one of a kind. He gets these crazy eyes and has a little dark side that I like about him. You can hear Ryan Burch's contagious laugh through the photo. One of the guys you always want to be around. The Indonesians can sleep anywhere, in any position, at any time. They are the biggest legends. When the boat is rocking, just go with it. We hit some heavy seas, but made the most of it. I have no idea what's happening here. We may have been in big surf and kind of jumping with the waves. Pat Schmidt and I, late night, doing god knows what. This is what dinner would look like. The food was so good on the Bohemian Baru. It was usually lights out for me after that. What goes down, must come back up. Yago Dora making the most of the time in Indo. If you do a boat trip with Yago Dora, pack a lot of chocolate. Trust me. Not sure what Yago is doing here, but you're always looking for something fun to do on these trips to break up the monotony. Yago Dora is the ultimate surf turkey. Best dude to go surfing with. Yago Dora is just learning how to play guitar. Which can be frustrating when everyone is trying to watch a movie haha. Yago Dora, Charly Quivront. Game faces on. Yago Dora the photographer. I think the 5-10 is a good call today.
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Indonesia Delivers For Volcom Surf Team
Indonesia. Always a sought-after destination for good waves and good times. Cliche? Of course. But who cares. It's on the list of favorite surf destinations for many, and for good reason. The place delivers! So we decided to take a bunch of dudes from the Volcom Surf Team to venture around the Mentawais to rip some waves, get tubbed, have some beers, share (and create) stories, and, to be honest, we wanted to get some photos of them in our new boardshorts. Luckily for us, we scored a ton of epic footage so we decided to make this video. Check it out above, and learn more about the trip below! MEET THE DUDES... YAGO DORA RYAN BURCH MITCH COLEBORN OZZIE WRONG PAT SCHMIDT CHARLY QUIVRONT Peep Surfing Magazine's feature for an inside look at the trip and story by photographer Tom Carey: http://features.surfingmagazine.com/669292   PHOTOS BY TOM CAREY "After 15 years of sketchy boat trips and Indonesian white-knuckle adventures, we finally had a swell forecast that was too good to be true. Usually you line these trips up months in advance, juggling surfers’ contest schedules, and all sorts of other bullshit, and end up getting what you get. Which isn’t always good. So, to luck into a forecast like ours takes more than a decade of trying. Literally. I would know." -Tom Burch floating on his sled "Gotta support the team." Mitch and Ozzie fully support Yago's decision to burn them. Sharing is caring. Pat and Ozzie prefer frontside tubes. "Waves aren't usually the problem on boat trips. It's the people on them and how they mesh together... Luckily for us we had the biggest animals ever on our boat... As long as the vibe stays at optimum levels, a little flat spell or some rough seas can't spoil your fun." -Tom Ozzie tweak "Charly was the lone Frenchman of the trip... I think he was psyched to hang out with some of the older crew like Ozzie and Mitch." -Tom "If you're on a boat and you see an ink stamp that says "too fast for Satan," "aliens were here," "don't be frightened you're enlightened," "shoot rainbows into fascism," or "may peace be in your eyes," it was stamped there by me." -Ozzie Mitch rockin' a pair of his new favorite boardies, the Polka Stoneys "Burch is also real... He speaks his mind and has this laugh that is so contagious. It sounds like Lewis Skolnik from Revenge of the Nerds." -Tom Pat Schmidt. "I love the way guys from Jersey surf. There's a different approach to their power surfing that is unparalleled." -Tom "Ozzie is like the king's jester on these trips - he's always making sure everyone's having the best time." -Tom "Yago is the water baby. You have to drag him out by the hair. But his surf psyche also rubs off on everyone." -Tom "The best thing to do [on boat trips] is bring Ozzie Wright. He basically turned his room into an art studio. We watched him paint and he played his ukulele and kazoo the whole trip. He had everyone in stitches." -Mitch "I think Mitch put back the most beers, making his Aussie brethren proud. I got tackled four times by him breaking a chair each time. The security cameras on the boat are holding some gold." -Tom "Good Time Charly" "Pat Schmidt was one of the groms of the trip. He was so psyched to be out there. That’s the type of person you need on a trip. Someone that is just happy to be drinking beers, lighting fireworks and listening to some tunes." -Tom "He [Ozzie] has been going out to the Ments for longer than any surfer. His experience ends up rubbing off on everyone else. Arts and crafts time usually gets extended a few hours when he’s around." -Tom Yago loves to skate. He grew up in Brazil with Volcom Skate Team rider Pedro Barros, and if you watch their techniques and approaches, their styles are heavily influenced by each other's sport. Watch an extended piece on Yago and Pedro's love for both surfing and skating HERE. Burch on a self-made surf craft "This was a last minute trip for me, I only knew about it 48 hours before I left. This was also my first time going on a boat for that long, and I wasn't prepared at all. Luckily, the boys had all sorts of things to occupy our time." -Charly "Mitch will be out there when he sees his perfect window and he goes for broke. He doesn’t hold back. I think that’s why we all love the 'Spawn.'" -Tom New Jersey's Pat Schmidt trying to soak up some sun before heading back to the dreary winter season on the East Coast. Ozzie, Ozzie, Ozzie "He [Yago] is the one pushing the boundaries on every trip, making old vets paddle back to the boat with their tails between their legs." -Tom "Burch. Burch. Burch. Man, I haven’t seen surfing like his in my 15 years of shooting. Just when you think he’s some cruiser on an old twin fin he’ll bust out his asymmetrical board and go fucking ballistic." -Tom "We Ubered. We surfed. We drank. We pissed some people off. But whatever we did, we did it right. Life’s short. Party on." -Tom
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Watch Metal Neck 2 The Bangover + World Premiere Photo Recap!
Metal Neck 2 The Bangover is a total head shift! What's a Metal Neck? According to Andrew Doheny, “Metal Neck occurs when a person's head bangs so hard that your neck seizes up.” Whether or not you head bang that hard, this movie is guaranteed to make you try. You also might think this movie isn't your typical pre-surf warmup motivator, and you're absolutely right. It’s fresh, off its rocker, and we love it! Nobody is having as much fun as these guys, right?! Produced by Mr. Andrew “Droid” Doheny and Matt Tromberg, and featuring the debut of Volcom Little Buddy Cole Sandman, creative wizard Ozzie Wright, and Droid with a bunch of his rowdy friends. Oh, and let’s not forget their mascot, “Metal Jimmy.” Check it out above! The world premiere of the movie went down at Volcom HQ on July 28 to a packed house full of Metal Neckers, industry rats, locals, and more. Below is a taste of the chaos! ROCK ON! photos: Matt Doheny Volcom's Richard Woolcott Metal Necker, Ford Archbold Metal Necker, Andrew "Droid" Doheny Kyle and friend Steven and buddy holding it down for the Metal Neck merch Volcom Surf's Richard Olivares Jack Coleman Luke Forgay. He's been working a lot w/ Tom Carey lately, shooting photos of our team guys. Kid has a bright future! Check out his work here Mike Morrissey made his way up from Laguna to join the action. Mike just cut a pretty sick new edit of one of our team riders, Miguel Tudela. See it here Volcom's Pat Lloyd Matt Doheny (Droid's older brother) is a Los Angeles fashion photographer, and is highly talented. Scope his work here Metal Necker and Doinker, Metal Jimmy       
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Ozzie Wright in Byron Bay - 4 Cities (Ep.1), Volcom Surf
4 Cities: A new series from What Youth and Volcom Episode 1: Ozzie Wright in Byron Bay What’s the place you spend the majority of your life like? Does it make you you? Or do you make it you? We wanted to immerse ourselves in some of our favorite surfers hometowns to see how they blend in or stand out in their communities. In episode 1 we hunker down with recent transplant from Sydney to Byron Bay Ozzie Wright. We spent a great day surfing, babysitting, painting, drinking, discussing the finer things in life and what it's like living in the beautiful holiday town of Byron Bay in NSW, Australia. photo: Michael Cukr photo: Michael Cukr photo: Michael Cukr photo: Michael Cukr photo: Michael Cukr photo: Michael Cukr photo: Michael Cukr photo: Michael Cukr Be on the lookout for more episodes in this series to drop soon!
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Volcom Dads That Shred!
Shop a wide range of Father's Day clothing + accessories for the dad in your life: Beach Dad  |  Working Dad  |  City Dad  |  Mountain Dad BRYAN IGUCHI Guch on Fatherhood: I find endless inspiration in fatherhood. I really enjoy sharing the little miracles of life with them. To see the excitement of discovery put a sparkle in their eye fills my heart with joy. It's without a doubt the best thing that's ever happened to me. Bryan Iguchi was born and raised in Southern California. He grew up riding Snow Summit in the heat of snowboarding’s uprise, and was a key element to the progression of man-made snowboard parks. After his time in California, he packed up shop and escaped for the mountains, landing in beautiful Wyoming in a little place called Jackson Hole where he would find his ultimate paradise. Two decades later, Guch is considered the godfather of the Jackson Hole snowboard community and still an active player on the mountains today. He’s part of the "older" generation nowadays, but it's safe to say he snowboards twice as much as the younger up-and-comers due to his unconditional love for the sport. He was one of the first snowboarders added to the Volcom Stone team roster in 1991 and has become the foundation of what Volcom Snowboarding is today. Bryan Iguchi and family Iguchi method grab *See an extended interview & video with Guch from Teton Gravity Research HERE   GAVIN BESCHEN Gavin on Fatherhood: Let your kids follow their own dreams. Don’t push them in any direction, but always be there to support them. Always be positive and help shed light from above. As a youngster, Gavin Beschen grew up in Southern California in San Clemente, a strong, tight-knit surf community which houses the famous Lower, Trestles point break. Gavin's fluid and effortless style is one-of-a-kind, but he grew up admiring local San Clemente guys like Dino Andino, Matt Archbold, and the McNulty brothers for their raw power and humble support. After graduating high school in '94, Gavin spent a majority of his time on the North Shore of Oahu, and two years later found himself calling it his home. Now, twenty years later, and Gavin is still loving the paradise that he found, calling it "a piece of heaven," living his dream with his wife and young son. Gavin surfing near his home on the North Shore of Oahu *Watch new footage of Gavin surfing in Maui w/ more of the Volcom team HERE RUNE GLIFBERG Rune Glifberg, straight outta Copenhagen, Denmark, has been riding for Volcom ever since we can remember. A legend in the skate scene, Rune is a father first, to his two beautiful daughters, and an all-around great human. *Check out Rune in our upcoming skate movie, Holy Stokes! Watch the trailer & find a premiere near you at www.volcom.com/holystokes OZZIE WRIGHT Ozzie on Fatherhood: Trying to be the best man you can be and leading by example says more than just telling your kids what to do all the time. Making sure you are healthy and you'll be coming home to them 'til they are old enough to look after themselves. Ozzie Wright: father, pro surfer, artist, musician, 100% rad dad hailing from Sydney, Australia needs no introduction (but here it comes anyway). A Volcom team rider since the 90's grunge era, Ozzie has been making a statement in the surf scene for years. Known for his air game and punk-rock-grunge-rock-whatever style, he paints everything he sees and sees everything to paint. Ozzie lives in Australia with his family which includes his two young children, who are both destined to be some type of artist, surfer, or musician... Ozzie surfing in South America, as seen in the Veeco Film Production, Psychic Migrations *Follow Ozzie around on his Instagram page (@ozzywrong) to keep updated w/ his newest art projects, tour schedule w/ his band, Goons of Doom, and of course, his surfing!
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24 Hour Premiere of Psychic Migrations - HAPPENING NOW!
Now's your chance to watch Psychic Migrations for free for 24 hours only! Recently nominated in the upcoming 2015 SURFER Poll for "Movie of the Year" with Ryan Burch and Dusty Payne scoring "Best Performance" nominations as well, don't miss this opportunity to see what SURFER Magazine says is "one of the best surf films to land this year, and a must-see!" Over a year and a half in the making and featuring a cast of surfing’s most capable and compelling characters, anticipation is peaking for the release of Volcom Stone’s latest feature surf film, Psychic Migrations. Following 2014’s True To This, a surf-skate-snow epic, the forthcoming Psychic Migrations is yet another inspired Veeco Production that builds on more than 20 years and 30 influential films from the world of Volcom. Directed by veteran surf filmmaker Ryan Thomas and shot on location in the West Indies, East Indies, Australia, Polynesia, and the Americas, the film weaves the physical expression of riding a rousing score of waves with a cerebral odyssey through the scapes and textures travelled to find them. To match the global scope of the film, the international cast of surfers includes Dusty Payne, Mitch Coleborn, Yago Dora, Nate Tyler, Carlos Muñoz, Ryan Burch, Andrew Doheny, Parker Coffin, Alex Gray, Balaram Stack, Mike Gleason, Miguel Tudela, Joan Duru, Imai Devault, Tom Dosland, Gavin Beschen, Ozzie Wright and Kelly Slater. The world-premiere of Psychic Migrations is set for September 17th, 2015 at the Big Newport Theater in Newport Beach, California with a full schedule of North American and International premieres to follow. Volcom’s multi-media rollout continues with the DVD and iTunes release November 3rd 2015, and 24-hour online premiere is scheduled for December 2nd, 2015. For more information about Psychic Migrations click to: http://www.volcom.com/psychicmigrations