Clark Little is a critically acclaimed photographer living and working on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii.
Born in Napa, California in 1968 to a photographer father, the family moved to the North Shore in the 1970s where Clark Little still lives today. Prior to becoming a professional photographer in 2006, Clark Little worked at Wahiawa Botanical Garden as a supervisor overseeing 17 acres of beautiful native and tropical plants.
His career path changed lanes when his wife wanted a photograph for their house of some local water. Putting his knowledge of the ocean and his love for surfing to good use, Clark Little traded in his surf board for a camera and began documenting waves in such a spectacular manner as to draw attention world wide which gave birth to wave photography.
His work has been exhibited on the mainland of the USA, Brazil, Canada, Japan and featured in magazines, newspapers, television and radio the world over.