- A gray cat slinks past a wooden house. There’s something a little intimidating attempting to describe.
Víctor González was born on the fith of December, 1980 in Castellón, a city located by the seaside of the Mediterranean.
After studying photography, in 2001 he started his career as professional photographer specialized in travel, documentary, portraits and surf photography.
Víctor has worked as staff photographer in Surfer Rule magazine for more tha seven years, a leading magazine on the Spanish surf scene, being photo editor of this magazine for one year.
He has also been contributing with other magazines all around the world. These magazines include; Surf Europe (a European sphere magazine), Surf Session (France), Surf Trip (France), Beach Brother (France), Onfire (Portugal), Surf Portugal (Portugal), Tonnta (Ireland), Blue (Germany), Surfers (Germany), Carve (UK), Wavelenght (UK), Water Journal (UK), 3sesenta (Spain), Radical Surf (Spain), Zig Zag (South Africa), The Surfer´s Journal (USA), Transworld Surf (USA), Surfing (USA), Stab (Australia), Paper Sea (Australia), Later (Canada).
He also contributed to other publications and guides such as Stormrider Guide, The Bodyboard Travel Guide, as well as the prestigious book “Swell: A Year of Waves”, by Peter Taras and Evan Slater.
He has worked doing photoshoots, comercials and trips for companies like Billabong, Volcom, Quiksilver, DVS, Reef, O´neill and Pukas.
He has carried out different collective exhibitions in festivals and museums like Museo Marítimo de Bilbao or Museu Maritim de Barcelona.
In 2014, he presented his personal exhibition “Más que Mar” in Twothirds in Barcelona and Patagonia in San Sebastian.
In 2016, he published his first book “Más que Mar”, a photography hardcover book with 304 pages, with 210 photos of 22 countries.
In 2017, he published his second hardcover book, The Solitude of Beauty, with 90 photos of 9 countries in 176 pages.