The Cornish Surfer is Popping Up In John Lewis Cribbs Causeway-Bristol 8th - 14th JULY

Thunder Two



Thar be a storm a brewing me ansum… but thankfully this one’s out at sea. Capturing little prawn shaped clouds dancing over our horizon. Shot on our local beach in black and white to enhance the textures of the dramatic cloud formation. This picture can be purchased as a set of two.


  • Printed in house on the highest quality Canon Pro Lustre A3+ photo paper.
  • A single frameless print measures 329mm x 483mm with a 5mm white border
  • Eco frames made from sustainable wood measuring 450mm x 610mm
  • All framed photos are snuggle packed in very eco packaging. The bubble wrap
    is made from starch. Its awesome.

Something more bespoke

We offer larger printings with custom framing

Our bespoke sea loving photography service allows you to choose a photo of your choice and make a real impact statement piece in your home by personalising your own sustainable wooden frame and size. We can offer a comprehensive stock of bespoke frames. Our bespoke framing service is always available with super quick turnaround times for those last-minute purchases. Rest assured we can make up odd sizes for those individual orders. All framing is produced and made locally in Cornwall with sustainable materials, even the packaging. Yes folks, even the bubble wrap is made from starch. Please do get in-touch with any queries, we love to hear from you.


Award winning

I’m a sea loving photographer

Matt is an ocean loving photographer, whose award-winning work captures the unique and beautiful character of the sea with striking compositions. You’ll find Matt chasing a storm with a surfboard under one arm and a camera in the other, ready to catch all the breathtaking moments that our ocean and rugged coastline has to offer.

Helping safeguard coastal waters

Supporting Our Coastal Communities

We know our customers are conscious of their ecological footprint, just like we are, and we believe it is possible for both people and planet to profit from ethical consumerism.

As ocean lovers, it is important to us to give a little something back to our coastal communities, so we regularly take family walks along the coastline and clean up rubbish left by tourism or plastics that have washed up on our shorelines. We do our best to help safeguard the ocean and those who live, work and play in coastal waters.