Living the Parklife with Sean Carroll

Sean Carroll has traveled to a number federal and state parks, forests, and destinations throughout the United States where the public “meets” the wilderness. Using his father’s tatered road Atlas as a reference, his journey of documenting vacationing Americans touches upon more than the desire to touch nature, but highlights the conveniences and amenities that…

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Osma Harvilahti's vibrant and mysterious journey.

Osma Harvilahti’s work studies different forms of colour and composition structured by chains of ideas and narratives. Born in Helsinki, he has recently been working on various personal and commissioned projects around Europe and United States. Harvilahti’s nomadic life allows him to photograph a variety of environments. From Kenya to the streets of New York, …

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Pascal Amoyel: Levés d’Ouest

Pascal Amoyel is a photographer based in Paris, France. This series was initiated in the western part of France called Brittany, a region that combines long coastlines, hilly areas and vast spaces, part of which remains untouched. The dispersed pattern of settlements, despite an old and obvious human history, gives human presence a singular and…

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Portfolio: Emiliano Granado

Emiliano Granado creates lush, travel photographs that embrace its viewers with warm open arms. Granado is one of the creators, alongside Daniel Palsey, of Yonder Journal, a project dedicated to the American wilderness. Shot mostly in medium format, Granado has the ability to catch natural light in such a grandiose way. The landscapes and the…

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Jonas Jungblut: King Monkey and the Infinite Sunshine

Jonas Jungblut has always been interested in balance, whether it is in his two dimensional work, or three dimensional contraptions. An array of travel photographs depicting various locales and its visitors make up his series, “King Monkey and the Infinite Sunshine.” Jungblut maintains his fascination with balance with restrained compositions juxtaposing the way nature and…

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Andrew Williams gets lost in America.

Andrew Williams is a hard working Brooklyn based photographer. Shooting mostly in analog medium format, Williams has a sensibility that feels like it came from a different generation. While Williams is still considerably young, his interests contrast a lot of other photographers his age coming out of the New York tri-state area. Instead of confining…

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"Iceland" by Peter Marquez

Peter Marquez traveled to Iceland in 2012, together with Maria Quattrociocchi – the two drove across the country in a rental car. These are some photos from that trip.    

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