based in Montana
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Matthew Hamon is a freelance portrait photographer who lives in rural Montana. His photography exists conceptually and aesthetically in the spaces between photojournalism and...
I'm pleased to have a photo essay featured in this week's issue of Stern magazine (only in the print edition) covering the annual buffalo treaty hunt in Montana, and the amazing folks behind the Buffalo Bridge project. Text by Norbert Höfler. Thanks stern for featuring this stor
This is one of my favorite images of the series... Alex and Katie are in the process of assisting an American Indian hunter with the field-dressing of a buffalo during the annual Native American treaty hunt. As Alex cleans his knife on his shirt, the gesture mimics the incision of the bison below.
I have several images from the Standing Rock protest featured in this week's edition of M le magazine du Monde, published by Le Monde, and more work in their digital edition. I really appreciate the editors selecting my work to illustrate their coverage of this important and historic story. Merci beaucoup!
It was a pleasure to speak with the Missoulian's, Cory Walsh, about my recent Gymnosophy project and the surrounding controversy. Regardless of one's perspective, it is ultimately a healthy dialogue that will move us forward (though the comments section for the article immediately belies that notion). Missoula is lucky to have Cory's constant interest in the local arts and entertainment scene. Thank you, Cory.
A portrait of Josh... Accepted to the 2016 edition of the Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize at the National Portrait Gallery, London, UK. Fingers crossed that I'll be in the running for the prize, but flattered to simply participate.
Very flatttered to have this portrait of Epona nursing her son accepted to the 2016 edition of the Taylor Wessin Prize at the National Portrait Gallery, London, UK. You can see the color version in the show.