Photographer and Filmmaker
Santa Barbara, California

“I like to give a realistic impression of a place and experience to have a sense of being there. Sharing the journey became a passion with my first camera when I was a kid. Inspiration for the clothing line was found while traveling on international assignments for Patagonia, Billabong and a variety of other companies and surf magazines. Now, as a business of our own we strive to inspire and take care of this small planet and all of it’s inhabitants by using eco friendly organic materials and a sustainable way of life”.

Since graduating from Brooks Institute of Photography in 1997, Branden continues to travel the world and balance professional growth with an active surfing lifestyle. A few of his most recent film projects include a Costa Rica interview with Kelly Slater, a California winter reflection and a Documentary of a small rural village in Alaska.


Organic Apparel
Low Tide Rising, surf photography by Branden Aroyan shares pristine waves from around the world with a surfer’s point of view and Organic cotton to comfortably flow where ever you go and bring peace to the day.


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1187 Coast Village Road, Suite 376
Santa Barbara, CA

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Travels

Alaska
New Zealand
Australia
Fiji
Western Samoa
Tahiti
Tuamotu Islands
Philippines
Chile
El Salvador
Costa Rica
Mexico
Hawaii
France
Spain
Portugal

Editorial

Surfer’s Journal
Surfer’s Path
Surfer
Surfing
Transworld
Water
Nalu
Coyote
Outside
Longboard
A.S.L.
Waves
Fretboard Journal
Rangefinder
National Geographic Explorer

Equipment

Canon
Bolex
Water housings
Stills and HD video
Lenses 11mm-600mm

 

Clients

Patagonia
Billabong
Nissan
Brushfire Records
The Moonshine Conspiracy
Channel Islands Surfboards
Surfrider Foundation
Heal the Ocean