It all started when his wife wanted to buy an expensive professional photograph of the inside of a wave.
Little, who surfed his entire life, told her to forgo the expensive piece of art. He was sure he could do better.
He started documenting the insides of waves using a camera he purchased off of Amazon for less than $150.00.
There are no special devices used to capture these stunning views - just a man and his handheld, waterproof camera.
The only way to see what's inside a wave is to race directly into it's mouth, right as it's about to crash.
Sometimes, in the process of shooting with his waterproof camera, Little makes a new friend or two...
He still loves capturing photos of surfers, but he says he's primarily interested in capturing the ephemeral beauty of crashing waves.
I'd say he's doing a pretty phenomenal job of just that!
Little reveals how his practice of photographing the most radical perspective of waves came to life
All photos courtesy of Clark Little on Instagram