Interviews

Interview: William Patino

Interview: William Patino

Based in the mountainside town of Te Anau in the South Island of New Zealand, William Patino got into photography back in 2012. However, it was not until around 2014 when he began hosting his own photography workshops and guiding tours around the world, officially calling himself a full time landscape photographer. His love and appreciation for the wilderness has only grown as he attempts to capture and convey the thoughts and emotions he experiences through everyday life.

Interview: Alex Nunley

Interview: Alex Nunley

I started photography by shooting pictures of my friends’ shoes (one of my other passions is sneakers) a few years back with my sister’s Canon T3i, slowly I started turning more to portraiture and cityscape, which lead to me saving up and getting a Nikon D5300. As I got more into photography and turned more towards outdoors photography I wanted to go full frame, so I saved up and got a Canon 6D which is what I’ve been shooting since…

Interview: Alex Burke

Interview: Alex Burke

Growing up in a mountain town in Colorado, it may come as a surprise that - as a child - Alex never truly developed a love for the outdoors. It was not until he moved to Phoenix, Arizona that this love grew. Alex believes that photography is a very powerful tool that helps to bring people together, into a special place, giving a special emotional response upon viewing…

Interview: Anthony Lamb

Interview: Anthony Lamb

Born from a family of creatives, Anthony Lamb’s motivation to pursue a career in art was - and still is - unmatched. Inspired heavily by “clean design, simple landscape compositions, serene ethereal photography, symmetry, and balance,” his intent is to eliminate the noise of everyday life with his photography. His work is meant to open the viewer’s mind, allowing them to create their own interpretations and feelings.