Trey Highton is a contemporary nomadic scholar. He has studied at four universities on both coasts of the continental U.S. and moonlights as a professional surf guide in Indonesia and Central America when he isn’t buried under books. His current project revolves around the notion of surfing itself, usurped from indigenous Pacific Islanders, as a mode of capitalist imperialism and expansion of Western cultural hegemony.
Trey is the director of the Save The Waves Film Festival, the only environmental surf film festival in the world, as well as the founder of the UCSC Sea Slugs.
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