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No Punching the Time Clock Here, We Got Updates from the #ThisFirst New Hires

Following the news that they were selected as a #ThisFirst new hire, our winners have wasted no time seizing the opportunity to put their passion first.

Firstly here in Australia, Tylah Kerr is hard at work setting up a show in Melbourne. She's already confirmed the venue, The Gasometer Hotel, and locked in the first band, Vacations, from Newcastle. Tying in a give back, Tylah's show will help benefit the charity Make Life Skate Life, a non-profit organization creating community skateparks around the world, a cause that resonates with her dating back to a trip she took to Nepal when she was 16 years old.


 


 

Heading over to Europe, Àngel Pérez in Spain revealed that he will begin production on Horchata Perez Ortega - The Movie, a musical that will continue his Horchata… franchise. Having already composed the first song and casted an actress for the film, Angel will continue to document his creation process over the coming weeks as he completes the film's first song.

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"I feel very excited because this time I'll be able to spend time on my own project and not other's projects. I've been told many times: You can spend time fulfilling your dreams or you can waste time fulfilling other's dreams"

 

 


 

Over in the U.K. Joanna Painter has begun a new large format charcoal piece that captures the beauty of her local break, Holywell Bay in Cornwall, and combines her passions of art and ocean conservation. Re-upped with a load of new supplies she’s been creating time-lapses that document her progress on the new piece which will end up taking well over 100 hours to complete.

 


 

Already on his bicycle journey from Munich, Germany to the Atlantic coast through France and down to Spain, when he was notified that he was selected as a #ThisFirst new hire, Steffen Türmer has been riding, camping and documenting his adventure one roll of 35mm film at a time.

 


 

With just over two months until she will travel to compete Obstacle Course Racing championships in Canada this October, Anaïs Chausse has been hard at work training with the Tr1be OCR Team out of France and preparing for Tr1be's first online fit challenge. She also might have gone to Disneyland :)

 


 

In the U.S., our five new hires after spending a couple days in Orange County and visiting the Volcom HQ in Costa Mesa are back home making things happen.

Twenty one year old Tim Briggs, a third year student at Northeastern is making perpetrations to head to La Paz, Mexico where he will study the effects that plastic and fishing nets are having on the California Sea Lion population.

 


 

Immediately after returning from California, Houston's Brandon Clements along with his co-host Julian Lara drove to San Marcos, TX to cover Float Fest for their Dead Dialect podcast where they interviewed Cage The Elephant and Moon Taxi.


 


 

Norcal's Robert Wall arrived in Costa Mesa later than the rest of the U.S. hires, he was returning from a Colorado trip where he took 1st place in the largest freestyle cliff jumping event organized to-date in the United States. Robert's working alongside his wider group of jumpers to organize and legitimize the sport of cliff jumping.

 


 

Canarus Leon upon returning home to Houston jumped right back into regular Tuesday and Sunday night practices and hit the once a month battle night called Monster night. Constantly practicing with his crews, RAD and MZK, Canarus has his eyes set on Freestyle Championships in a Los Angeles this fall.


 


 

And Sara Becker headed back to Philadelphia only to then turn right around to visit Michigan with her family where she and her mother, who she is very close with, wrestled with opening up publicly about their family's struggles with mental illness. Once back in Philadelphia Sara's been working securing membership to a print shop and getting reacquainted with the city since moving back from South Carolina.

 


 

Down in Peru, Carolina Paz traveled to the Carapongo Valley in Chosica, which is about two hours from Lima, where she is a creating a workshop for high school students that focuses on the empowerment of girls. Called "Poder Está Dentro de Mí" (I Have The Power in Me) and working in groups and in one-on-ones, the workshop will use creativity, art and imagination to develop the girls’ confidence, trust, love, self esteem of themselves, all through the lens of super heroines.


 


 

Chile's Simón Sepúlveda is working to bring to light the issues of immigration currently occurring in Chile. Of special interest to Simon is the plight of the Haitian migrants who are in search of a better life as they flee from their ravaged country. Only in the recent years has Chile and it's citizens have had to begin to consider immigration and without a comprehensive immigration policy in place, those migrating to the country are facing discrimination and labour abuse.


 


 

Having received his visa, Costa Rica's Fabian Ruiz, better known as Chama, is in the planning stages of a U.S. tour this fall. He's also in the process of building a new skate slide guitar and augmenting his one-man-band set up in preparation for stateside debut.

 


 

Across the Pacific in Japan, besides jumping behind the kit with the Michael Kaneko band at Fuji Rock Festival, Atsushi Miki has been lugging his Wadaiko out to various spots in natural and man-made spots to inspire new recordings.

 


 

And over in Taiwan, Chen Yu Ching, recently completed a backpacking trip in her home country of Taiwan in preparation for her upcoming volunteer trip to India. Feeling the need to continue to challenge herself, Chen wanted to try backpacking as a means to help build up her strength both mentally and physically.

Recent News + Video

Events
A Whole Heap Of 'Head Noise' In Sydney
We held a secret screening at the Steyne in Manly Friday night for Noa's latest flick, 'Head Noise'. Noa and Mikey Mallalieu (the man behind the lens) have been working on the edit since Noa packed that heavily rumoured bomb at Backdoor during the shootout back in January. "It all came together really quick, started off in Hawaii and we only got back from Bali [the final trip for the film] two weeks ago." Mikey told Stab the morning of the prem. "Some of these sessions Noa was surfing up to 8 hours a day, he won't stop until it's done." It's 14-ish minutes long and Noa modestly agreed "it's the best [he's] put out" post-premiere. Noa's overtly conscious of the edits he releases as well, ensuring that his latest output surpasses, or at the very last, matches his previous edit. And you can be sure that 'Head Noise' surpasses 'Pulp' in more than just running length. "Noa has a lot of input into the editing process, he knows what he wants from the waves included, up to the soundtrack." Mikey continued. "It was initially intended to be longer – with interviews and profiles included – but the film turned out better this way." It starts on the North Shore, and ends off with footage compiled over two separate trips to West Aus. I won't throw any spoilers in there at the moment, but for those too eager to wait until it's online release August 2nd, there's a string of US dates in the next couple of weeks. I'd fill in the gaps surrounding the above images, but they're better left unadorned and unexplained, and the moments which weren't captured on film are probably better left residing in the back of our minds than out in public anyway. All I will say is the only negative was the exuberant cost of an Uber back over that bridge... And for Noa and Mikey, a 7am flight from Sydney back to the Gold Coast. For those of you over the pond in the U.S. of A, the film's worldwide premiere is happening on July 12th in LA, followed by a stint of other West and East coast tour dates – which you can scan below. West Coast July 12 - Los Angeles: Zebulon Cafe July 13 - San Diego: South Coast Surf Shop July 15 - Costa Mesa: Volcom HQ East Coast July 24 - Asbury Park, New Jersey: Asbury Lanes July 25 - Long Island, New York: Unsound Surf Shop July 26 - New York City: TBD July 27 - Newport, Rhode Island: TBD July 28 - New Hampshire: 3S Artspace Words by JAKE EMBREY - Stab Magazine Photos by @kanegrosvenorphoto Check out the Volcom x Noa Deane collection HERE » Watch the official trailer HERE »
Surf
Noa Deane's "Head Noise" is a Cinematic Surf Movie from Filmmaker Mikey Mallalieu
Release date: August 2 Demystifying the noise within his own head and destroying the noise of the stereotype which surrounds him. Yes, Noa Deane is a freakish aerialist, but he also charges tubes of consequence. Yes, he is one of the most innovative surfers in the world today, but he is also steeped in a deep respect for his heritage. Yes, he has been characterized as a punk kid, but he is thoughtful and down to earth. Yes, his life might look like an easy dream ride, but he has demons to slay! This movie is a direct reflection of Noa Deane. It's a candid look at one of surfing's most exciting characters through high-action, heavy-charging, avant-garde surfing for the new age, documented unmistakably through the lens of filmmaker Mikey Mallalieu. West Coast (California) July 12 - Los Angeles: Zebulon Cafe July 13 - San Diego: South Coast Surf Shop July 15 - Costa Mesa: Volcom HQ East Coast July 21 - Playa Jobos Isabela, Puerto Rico July 24 - Asbury Park, New Jersey: Asbury Lanes July 25 - Long Beach, New York: Unsound Surf Shop July 27 - South Kingstown, Rhode Island: Whaler Brewing Company July 28 - Portsmouth, New Hampshire: 3S Artspace NOA DEANE COLLECTION Check out the all-new head-to-toe Noa Deane collection, Noise Noise Noise, available now!
Surf
"Relentless" Surf Movie Starring Dusty Payne Follows the Highs + Lows of His Professional Surfing Career
On January 8, 2018, Dusty Payne suffered a near-fatal wipeout at Backdoor on the North Shore of Oahu. After hitting the reef, Dusty was knocked unconscious and didn’t surface for five waves. After being hospitalized with a broken jaw and multiple skull fractures, Dusty underwent surgery and spent months recovering. This captivating film documents Dusty’s surfing accident and his road to recovery and spotlights his career of highs and lows and his relentless love for the sport of surfing.   "I just hope that I’m able to inspire other people to not give up on their goals because of a setback, no matter how dark times may seem."   ABOUT RELENTLESS: Dusty Payne is one of the most dynamic surfers of his generation, but his path in the world of professional surfing has been far from easy. His career has been a roller coaster of competitive successes and failures, era-defining video parts, heartbreaking injuries and inspiring comebacks. Set against the backdrop of his near-fatal wipeout at Backdoor in January 2018, including high-action surfing footage from places like Portugal, Oahu, and Maui (including Honolua Bay), Relentless tells the story of a surfer who has been through it all and keeps coming back stronger than ever.
Snow
VOLCOM ZIP TECH® JACKET-TO-PANT SYSTEM KEEPS SNOW OUT
CONNECT FROM THE LEFT, ZIP TO THE RIGHT, COVER & SHRED! It's no secret, being cold and wet is the easiest way to ruin a good day on the hill. And let's face it, everyone falls down, slides out, sits on an icy/wet chairlift and so on. It is snowboarding after all, and snow is going to try to find a way up your jacket and down your pants, soaking your base layers making it difficult to regulate your body temperature and in general cause you discomfort. Which is why over a decade ago the design team at Volcom developed the innovative Zip Tech® "zip your jacket to your pants" system for Volcom Outerwear as the first line of defence in keeping your body dry and your stoke high. Volcom Outerwear Zip Tech®   Inside and around the bottom of Volcom Outerwear Zip Tech® jackets is an inner powder skirt with a zipper running around the skirt that connects to a corresponding zipper track that sits just below the belt line of Volcom Outerwear Zip Tech® pants. Once connected, this hidden interface is the best barrier against snow finding its way into your outerwear. No other method of attaching a powder skirt or waist gator to your pants, be it through use of a series of buttons and clips, is as impenetrable to snow or offers the freedom of easy layering underneath as the patented Volcom Zip Tech® system does. Cross compatible between Volcom Outerwear jacket and pants styles as long as both feature Zip Tech®, the system also works across sizes, so that a small Zip Tech® jacket will work with a large Zip Tech® pant.      
News
JEFFREY JAMES “JJ” GONZALES PROMOTED TO VOLCOM GLOBAL MEN’S DESIGN DIRECTOR
JEFFREY JAMES ‘JJ” GONZALES TO THE ROLE OF GLOBAL MEN’S DESIGN DIRECTOR. VOLCOM IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE PROMOTION OF JEFFREY JAMES “JJ” GONZALES TO THE ROLE OF GLOBAL MEN’S DESIGN DIRECTOR  In his sixteen years with the brand as an apparel and denim designer, JJ has designed pretty much everything—from boardshorts to jackets—but for the last decade and a half he’s poured his passion into Volcom's denim program, merging an old school mentality with a modern day approach to design. "Following the brand’s history and heritage," he explains, "but constantly evolving and looking forward." JJ will now bring that expertise and experience to overseeing the worldwide men's and boy's product offering as well as leading the global design team. With all he's learned at the brand, "the alignment and timing feels perfect," JJ says. Volcom CEO Todd Hymel agrees: "JJ has been a core member of the design team for years, developing and growing our bottoms business to be the industry leader, by far. He is a living and breathing embodiment of Volcom’s passion and dedication and I am excited for him to drive and elevate all of our efforts to bring a new level of creativity to our brand and product." CHECK OUT THE VOLCOM DENIM COLLECTION »
Product
VOLCOM BRAND JEANS | YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU'RE LOOKING AT
  You don't know what you're looking at. It's hidden. Deep in the fibers. 25 years of concrete-sliding, crotch-splitting, blood-soaking, unconventional research and development have gone into this denim. You're looking at a highly technical product developed at secret locations all over the world. Not by scientists in a lab ('cause it's not an exact science). We have to get things wrong to make things right. If the streets are the laboratory, then we are the rats. So please, be our guest. Wear our denim. These quality made, fit for comfort, tougher because they're designed for skateboarding, Volcom Brand Jeans. Our men's jeans are built for durability and movement, and while they're designed with skateboarding in mind, their comfort and style make them perfect for everyday life. Volcom jeans are the result of over 25 years of innovation, including military-inspired buckles, cell phone pockets, triple belt loops, and raw selvedge American-made Cone Mills Denim. We offer a variety of styles and washes to match any look. Shop by fit to find a pair that's right for you. Our best-selling jeans come in a number of washes to fit any style.   SHOP ALL VOLCOM BRAND JEANS HERE »