Shot from the famous ‘bird man’ cliff tops of Rapa Nui (Easter Island) looking across nearly four thousand kilometers of open Pacific Ocean. This palette series piece brings the depth of deep ocean blues and the expanse of the world’s largest open water expanse together in a single image.
In the foothills of the Andes, broad valleys nestle in the folds of these vertiginous peaks. The microclimates created provide a daily cycle of rain and cloud, providing deep pasturelands and an explosion of life
Shot in Mendoza, Argentina
The Atacama desert is the driest desert on the planet. A rare storm blackened the skies and silenced the spiralling dust devils. The brooding skies opened and years of rain fell in just hours.
Shot in the Atacama desert, Peru.