The Surf culture adapting to the Brittany art of life.Watch the film
A pure product of Tasmania, Dion develops his skills in surfing in a creative way. A true renaissance man, he excels in all areas, whether he is in front of or behind the lens.
You will easily recognise him on the TV with his emblematic black cap. He likes fast, fun, powerful and aerial surfing.
Dion Agius is a source of inspiration as probably one of the best free surfers in the world.
My dad got me into surfing when i was really young. but i was always pretty scared of the ocean and waves so it took me quite a while to feel comfortable in the ocean. Im still terrified when its big. But i as soon as i started surfing i just got drawn to the feeling of going fast along a wave and still am.
Buy a compound for myself and all my friends to live.
Surfing in iceland years ago. The landscape there was so surreal and to be surfing in a place like that was phenomenal.
If I’m at home I’m usually working on my house, or exploring around the place. Going for a walk. Going for a swim. Watch a movie. Do some work. Go for a drive. relax.