Alexaheyes epitomises all of the qualities synonymous with Australian culture – outstanding surfing skills, an affinity for being outdoors (particularly 20,000 feet in the air!), music and a zest for life that uplifts all those around him. A true Aussie who’s committed to inspiring people towards living their best lives through his inspiring content and lifestyle brand.

Surfer, content creator, entrepreneur and the founder of lifestyle brand The Daily Living. His love of surfing and outdoor adventure combined with captivating storytelling has won him an international audience. Additionally, his platform serves as a way of speaking out about mental health issues while encouraging others to seek help without feeling stigmatised for seeking assistance.

Haley began his journalism career while serving in the Coast Guard as a writer for their newspaper, The Stars and Stripes. From there he used his talent for journalism to secure a reporting job with London-based daily paper The Independent on Sunday where he interviewed soccer greats such as Eric Cantona, Gianfranco Zola, Thierry Henry, Franz Beckenbauer Patrice Evra Didier Drogba and Karim Benzema – among many more!

In the late 1970s, Haley began writing another historical novel based on another branch of his family history that traced back to Queen, his maternal grandmother. Unfortunately this book remained incomplete at his death, though screenwriter David Stevens eventually completed it and published it under the name Alex Haley’s Queen. Furthermore he founded Kinte Foundation (1972) to keep records that would aid black genealogy research.