Featured Photographer: Nick Brandt

“I find hope in knowing that with the right people and circumstances, ecosystems can be successfully protected,” he said. “That is what, so far, we have managed to do with the Big Life Foundation in the Amboseli/Kilamanjaro ecosystem in Kenya. Conservation relies so much on the support of the community. It’s really a mutual situation: if conservation supports the community, that helps the people economically in the long term, and so they, reciprocally, support conservation.”
LensCulture Interview with Nick Brandt

Calcified Bat II

I first saw British photographer Nick Brandt’s work last May at the PhotoLondon festival where he showed work from his Inherit the Dust series. I couldn’t get his stunning, large-scale images out of my mind.

In  early February I saw his impressive work again at World Photo Organisation‘s PhotoFairs in San Francisco and was lucky enough to have the opportunity to write about him recently for LensCulture.

Lion Head Trophy

Take a look at my piece to learn more about Nick, his pathway to film photography and his mission to help bring attention to atrocities like poaching: https://www.lensculture.com/articles/nick-brandt-alive-again-in-death 

Go here to read about Nick’s Inherit the Dust Series: https://www.lensculture.com/articles/nick-brandt-inherit-the-dust 

Images:

© Nick Brandt Courtesy of Edwynn Houk Gallery, New York

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