Brad Wilson captured animals in the 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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