As a documentary photographer working on personal as well as client projects, I enjoy collaborating with print and digital creatives to help tell the vital stories about the relationships of people to people, places and objects. It never ceases to...
Focus:Photographer, Photojournalist, Director, Health, Travel, Sports, Fine Art, Automotive, Documentary, Creative, Video, Creative Director, Photography, Portraiture, Lifestyle, Events, Art, Culture, Director of Photography, International News, Arts & Culture, Freelance, Humanitarian, Impact, Assignments, Commercial
Skills:Digital Printing, Sports, Color Correction, Adobe Photoshop, Black & White Printing, Color Printing, Photojournalism
"Six photographs serve as the glue that holds the show together. Photographer Steven Edson presents a photograph of a man with a wolf pelt wrapped around his shoulders. The man’s arms are covered in tattoos and the fur still holds its shine. The wolf’s face is flattened and elongated in the way common with such pelts. The wolf no longer has its eyes. The photograph is bathed in late-afternoon light, tinging the man’s arms and the wolf's fur with an almost supernatural gold".......this balance that both Edson and Wing Na Wong capture is what makes them the most striking works in the show. The ways we manipulate the bodies of other animals, as we do with the elements, in order to make a beauty we find captivating is an age-old habit we confront over and over again. Written by J.M. Belmont