AtEdge photographers are well represented in the latest American Photography Annual.
15 photographers were chosen with several people having two photos featured.
Model: Sarah Parker (Next Model Agency). Leila Hafzi Collection. Part of a series created for fashion designer Leila Hafzi. Shot in Nepal 2013.
Hockey Night In Canada
Photograph by Chris Buck of The President of the United States, Barack Obama.
King penguin photographed at Sea World in San Antonio Texas as part of a San Antonio tourism campaign with Proof Advertising.
Aerial photo, Escalante Utah. Above Escalante.Aerial photograph of canyon shot from above Escalante Utah for Nature Conservancy Magazine. Nature Conservancy
Andreas Franke [Staudinger + Franke]
A personal shot from an ongoing personal project looking at the complex and chaotic shapes that make up human existence.
One of three a shots taken for a UK charity raising awareness about “drink drivers”
High Plains Raceway, CO. 24 Hours of Lemons. The 24 Hours of Lemons is an endurance race for cars that cost less than $500. The two day event is a self-proclaimed “breeding ground for morons, where a Pinto and a Maserati battle to lap a Le Car” and is a strange mix of NASCAR, MacGyver, Burning Man, and The Salvation Army.
Snowmass, CO. The Cirque Poma. People riding the Cirque Poma to the top of Snowmass Ski Area, which tops out at 12,510 feet, making it the tallest ski resort in the United States.
Bryan Cranston. 100 Most Creative People in Business. Assigned to shoot a three page cover for Fast Company for their 100 Most Creative People in Business issue. This was one of the subjects, Bryan Cranston, who we photographed in a hotel in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Fast Company
Places. When the fog comes. Personal gallery work and landscape project.
The November Project. “Hugs, Sweat & Cheers” . One of a series about a grassroots workout group based in Boston, MA. Runner’s World Magazine
Soccer Shoe. Promotional image created for use in portfolio and for online and print advertising.
Found Objects. FLAT SHIT. Flat Shit is nothing more than a curated study of objects from a throwaway culture. Some of these objects have exquisite beauty and some are just trash, depending on one’s point of view. Regardless, I keep looking and shooting, and unfortunately there is no shortage of material. FLAT SHIT