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Saturday, September 29, 2007

Nick Brandt




Born and raised in London, Nick Brandt studied Film and Painting at St. Martins School of Art. He started photographing in December 2000 in East Africa, beginning the body of work that is his signature subject matter and style.
Brandt's first book of photographs, On This Earth, was published in October 2005, by Chronicle Books, with forewords by Jane Goodall and Alice Sebold (author of The Lovely Bones).

Very stunning images and more dramatic with the lack of colour.

Thanks Nick. Hope some people buy your prints and your book.

4 comments:

Sean Jeating said...

A pleasure for my eyes. Thanks.
The giraffes do appear almost Daliesque. Great photo!!

Sean Jeating said...

Ah, and yes, Colin. Black&White very often is quite more atmospheric.

hugh manatee said...

srsly great pics, but i got a question: yo elephant, what you gonna do with all that junk, all that junk inside your trunk?

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