Surf artist Nathan Paul Gibbs was born in Washington State on the Kitsap Peninsula, and raised from 13 on, in North East Florida where he picked up surfing. Since 1999 he lives and works on his art career in South Orange County and abroad. Nathan has created surf art work internationally in Fiji, Bora Bora, Moorea, Costa Rica, Mexico, Hawaii and Australia. Self taught, he is influenced by Pollock, Van Gough, Cezanne, and others. His work has exhibited in Florida, Washington, Hawaii, South America and the Southern California Area.
In addition Nathan Paul wrote and illustrated the acclaimed environmentally conscious story and art book, The Betrayal of Man. He also founded and designs the line for the underground surf clothing company Define Surf.