Liquid Movement is a visual document of beach life, sharing a daily image around the world. Teenage photographer, Kane Brown, goes to the beach every weekday to take photos from all angles including surf shots, landscapes or the water. Kane's goal is to pass on images in order to show the world how beautiful Australia's Sunshine Coast is. 1. What is your name and when did you start documenting the beach on a daily basis? My name is Kane Brown, 17 years old, from Australia. I started documenting waves awhile back, while I was still in school, but I came to a conclusion just recently that I want to take this to a next level and do it daily. 2. Why did you start documenting the beach? I just love the ocean, nothing beats the way I start my day. The sunshine coast is surround by such stunning beaches, I just have to document them, someone has to do it. 3. What are some of your favorite moments in your career? Well I don't have room to say much cause iv'e only been shooting for a couple of years but my favorite movements are just an every morning down at the beach, standing on that sand. Seeing peoples expressions on there face or getting good feed back when they purchase a photograph from you, gives you that feeling that makes you keep going. 4. What do you think is the future of your industry - photography? SUCCESS, To create something different to the sunshine coast. Get Liquid Movement well known. 5. If you could, what is one thing would you do differently? There's not one thing I would do differently, I love what I do and how I do it. 6. What is some advice for young artists trying to have a career like yourself? All I can say is just do what you love, get out there everyday and shoot. Don't have fear and don't be afraid to do something different. Anything is possible, if your really passionate about it and good at it, it will take you far. 7. What is the next big project you have planned? Nothing is really planned at the moment, just keep on doing what I love... Hopefully create a photo book in the next few years.