Graham Howes

Graham Howes

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1 month ago

They don't call this the cape of storms for no reason! The biggest storm of the winter was hitting Cape Town. Forecasts were showing up…

2 months ago

13-min 0f non-stop action! Go behind the scenes on the North photoshoot in the Grenadines - See what actually happens when you take Nick Jacobsen,…

3 months ago

Nick Jacobsen and Graham Howes decide to escape the chaos and crowds during peak season in Cape Town and venture to some spots to mess…

4 months ago

Graham Howes catches up with one of the Dirty Habits crew, Oswald Smith! This all-round kite shredder dominates the waves, sends it in big air…

5 months ago

Premiering for the first time - In January, we experienced some of the strongest winds ever kited in the Mother City. Being slap bang in…

5 months ago

North Big Air riders Jesse Richman, Nick Jacobsen, Graham Howes, Tom Bridge and Marc Jacobs huddle in a caravan on the North Big Air Shoot…

8 months ago

King of the Air had a bit of a false start as the wind in Cape Town hasn't been playing ball! However, it did give…

8 months ago

Episode 7 of Dirty Car Confessions is out! Sam Light just arrived in Cape Town, and Graham Howes see what he has to say!

8 months ago

Sam Light's first few days back in Cape Town have been nothing short of epic! Windy big air sessions, downwinders with Willem Hooft and a…

8 months ago

Episode 6 of Dirty Car Confessions, Graham Howes drove out to Hermanus, got skunked but managed to get Nick Jacobsen, Liam Whaley and Marc Jacobs…

8 months ago

Graham Howes just launched a new series leading up to the 2020 King of The Air called Dirty Car Confessions, and in episode 5, he…

8 months ago

Graham Howes just launched a new series leading up to the 2020 King of The Air called Dirty Car Confessions, and in episode 4, he…

Issue 82

Oswald Smith, Graham Howes, Kyle Cabano and friends travel north in their native South Africa for a staycation they won’t ever forget, dredging waves, fickle winds, magic sessions and campfires got them stoked for more. Click here to find out exactly how it went down...

1 month ago
Issue 81

This issue we chat to Grace Seeley and Holley Butler who head up the North Kiteboarding marketing team. It was no small task last year to relaunch the brand, and they should be seen as inspirational figures within the sport. Jen Tyler chats to them and finds out where they came from and where they are headed...

3 months ago
Issue 61

We are all different, and that's what makes life so interesting. Find out what strange things can happen when you take a bunch of pro riders and head out into the wilds of Africa to do a photo shoot…

4 years ago
Issue 50

This issue we have something a little different for our Female Focus, Bianca Asher is a young photographer from Cape Town who shoots some of the best riders in the business...

5 years ago

Founder / CEO of Dirty Habits Graham Howes founded Dirty Habits when returning to Cape Town after competing on the Kite Tour. Dirty Habits was initialy a community platform to showcase Cape Towns local talent in Kiteboarding and other board sports, as the community grew so I began photographing the local riders By 2012 Dirty Habits reputation had grown so much that he begun filming and photographing the international professional athlete's who came to Cape Town to train and explore the county. By summer 2013 Dirty Habits crew became infamous in the Cape Town extreme sports scene, throwing big parties, performing stunts and filming jackass style video's with professional athletes. Graham has become the 'go-to' guy in Cape Town when riders come to Cape Town. Along with his 'Crew' have hosted and filmed video's with some of the world top athletes and personalities, including Nitro Circus's Erik Roner, Ruben Lenten, Shawn Watson, Arron Hadlow, Kevin Langeree, Nick Jacobsen and more. In 2014 Dirty Habits launched a clothing label so that people, friends and the crew, could be identified and be part of a community/ family of like minded people In 2015, Dirty Habits opened a wakeboard park in Cape Town, South Africa's 1st twin tower wake park, just 20 minutes from the famous Kite Beach. The Dirty Habits Playground was established so the Dirty Habits crew could have a home to push the limits, party, progress, perform stunts and hang out together. Extract from Kitemagazine Sportsperson

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