Preservation: Simon Norfolk, Culture, War, and Photography.

Preservation: Simon Norfolk, Culture, War, and Photography.

His work typically explores and illuminates the architecture, archaeology, and landscapes associated with or impacted by the culture, industry, and ideologies influenced by conflicts old and new.

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The End is the Beginning: Brooke Shaden on Death, Inspiration, and Photography

The End is the Beginning: Brooke Shaden on Death, Inspiration, and Photography

The shots themselves often look as if they've been extracted from a gothic fairy tale and this, in a way, illuminates Brooke's fascination with the afterlife and it's mystical significance.

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Nature Is First Prize: Photographer Wim van den Heever Talks The Falklands Penguin Shoot, Nature, and Travel.

Nature Is First Prize: Photographer Wim van den Heever Talks The Falklands Penguin Shoot, Nature, and Travel.

After a phenomenal shoot in the Falklands (where he was able to capture a group of penguins congregating before initiating their daily search for food) Wim was greeted with global acclaim and exposure.

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Interview With Traveler and Artist, Eric Giuliani.

Interview With Traveler and Artist, Eric Giuliani.

After becoming disenchanted with his job as a consultant, Eric decided to travel the world and document his adventures as a form of self exploration, self discovery, and an opportunity to awaken his true creative potential. He created the website “Travel Tall” to document his journey and connect with his audience. Determined to navigate the globe without the use of planes, he has used creative (and inspiring) methods to pay for lodging and other necessities. One thing that also stood out about Eric was his impressive height. At 6’9 (2.05m), he is quite tall and I was curious as to how his stature factors into the logistical side of his travels. Standing 6’6 (2.02m) myself, I couldn't help but imagine myself experiencing some of the downsides of “traveling tall”. 

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Interview With Photographer, Taylor Michael Burk.

Interview With Photographer, Taylor Michael Burk.

Taylor Michael Burk is a Canadian photographer that has rose to prominence with his outstanding photographs. Using the social media sharing platform, Instagram as a way to market himself, he has used the platform as a way to help him secure sponsors and share his work.

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Interview With Visual Artist, Cameron Gray.

Interview With Visual Artist, Cameron Gray.

Visual artist Cameron Gray (operating out of Melbourne, Australia) is using his skills in several different mediums to create spiritually tinged, hyper-realistic canvases that showcase the divinity of the highly coveted psychotropic landscape. Although careful not to proselytize, his work does a masterful job of telling stories of ascension and oneness, while giving the experiencer the space to project his or her own meaning onto his works.

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Interview With Nature Photographer, Marsel van Oosten.

Interview With Nature Photographer, Marsel van Oosten.

Marsel van Oosten is a celebrated photographer hailing from The Netherlands. Before jumping into Nature Photography, he studied Graphic Design, Art Direction and worked as an Art Director in advertising. His position in the latter contributed to his eye for detail. After becoming disenchanted with his former profession, he decided to take up photography and in the process, discovered his true artistic calling.

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Interview With Photographer, Mikko Lagerstedt.

Interview With Photographer, Mikko Lagerstedt.

I was scrolling through Tumblr a few months ago and discovered the beautiful photography of Finnish artist, Mikko Lagerstedt. His work, while very interesting and unique, still manages to convey an absolutely breathtaking aesthetic. An aesthetic that is at times surreal and haunting, but all the while maintaining a certain kind of complacency; Perfectly depicting the mystical, almost zen-like stillness of things like solitude and the sweeping splendor of the Finnish countryside.

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