J. Henry Fair’s global perspective

J. Henry Fair is an aerial photographer and environmental activist whose series “Industrial Scars” appeared at Charleston, South Carolina’s Gibbes Museum of Art in 2011. His work is gaining worldwide recognition, including a recent TEDx talk in Berlin. His visually stunning photographs depict disturbing scenes, an idea he calls “dissonance” that endows his big-picture views power.

He has first-hand access to industrial activities happening around the globe, which he shares in his talk. Among other scarcely reported stories he presents, it was surprising to hear that the BP’s Deepwater Horizon well in the Gulf of Mexico is again leaking.

J. Henry Fair won the first-place prize in the 2012 Earth Through a Lens photography competition, Palm Springs, CA.

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