In 2014 I spent two weeks camping in the Serengeti National Park and I had the opportunity to visit the base of Mount Kilimanjaro. It seemed so out of place to have this lifeless glacial peak surrounded by open planes and riverine forests teaming with wildlife.
As a solo traveller, I was really enjoying getting lost into filming. When you turn up to a place with a camera (I didn’t the first time), you observe things in a different way. You really look at everyone and what they’re doing
I’ve been circled by bullsharks, thrown over the falls at Teahupoo, ravaged by swarms of sea lice, bounced off the reef at Pipeline, had a jet ski thrown over my head in Australia…
Over than 3500 km traveled in 20 days, capturing landscapes from the bluish tones of Pamukkale to the warm ones of Cappadocia, the all passing by a great variation of colors, lights and weathers through six other cities.
For the “bootleg artist” known as Swampy, the world is an endless living canvas. Variations on his signature “swampdonkey” tag — the skull of some imaginary tusked creature — can be found in almost every imaginable setting across America: dilapidated skyscrapers in Oakland, Calif.; train trestles in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico; gallery walls in Atlanta or Brooklyn.
For the last 15 years large format photographer Joe Freeman has been exploring the energy and mystery of various existing and imagined terrains, primarily through black and white photography. Taylor Hawkins spent time documenting Joe out on his travels and created this beautiful short film.
Battling sub-zero degree temperatures on the ground near Trømso, Norway, the Spanish acrobatic paraglider pilot Horacio Llorens donned a wetsuit and battery-heated gloves, powered up his paramotor, and flatland-launched himself into an amazing night flight with the ethereal green waves of the Aurora Borealis in one of the most breathtaking displays of flight we’ve ever seen.
Directed by Michael Hanson “Flint” celebrates the beauty of Georgia’s Flint River. It features three local people – Robin McInvale, Jimmy Miller, and Paul DeLoach– and their special connections to the river.
For the last two years I have been taking still photographs for a personal project entitled ‘It’s Better In The Wind,’ all the while collecting video footage from each ride as we traveled around the Western United States together.