Brad Wilson captured animals in studio looking directly into the camera. When he explaining about this project he feels like a kind of meditation in the middle of organized chaos. Please check his website for amazing work.

Brad Wilson about this project: “For these sessions with animals, my usual way of working with subjects was completely altered. Specific verbal directions were replaced by patient waiting and observation – a kind of meditation in the middle of organized chaos.
I discovered that in the midst of our modern human civilization with all its technological complexities, animals still remain stark symbols of a simpler life and a wilderness lost, and, most importantly, as dramatic reminders that we are not alone, we are not separate – we are part of a beautifully rich and interconnected diversity of life.”

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Arctic Fox

Arctic Fox

 

African Elephant

African Elephant

 

Mandrill

Mandrill

 

Chimpanzee

Chimpanzee

 

Mountain Lion

Mountain Lion

 

Capuchin Monkey

Capuchin Monkey

 

Caracal

Caracal

 

Baboon

Baboon

 

Orangutan

Orangutan

 

Chimpanzee

Chimpanzee

 

Serval

Serval

 

Cheetah

Cheetah

 

Siberian Tiger

Siberian Tiger

 

Golden Tiger

Golden Tiger

 

White Tiger

White Tiger

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