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J Henry Fair’s photographs featured by Audubon Magazine

We recently received an update from a talented aerial photographer who is uniting art and science to do environmental work: We are proud to announce “High Altitude Exposure” – a feature on J Henry Fair and his work in the May/June 2015 issue of Audubon Magazine. Writer Rachel Nuwer tags along, as Fair completes a […]
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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 […]
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