We had the pleasure of "sitting down" with advertising and lifestyle photographer Chris Ross recently, to discuss his background, career in photography and what lengths he'll go to to "get the shot." We got to focus in on a recent shoot Chris did, ...

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"Aurora News" - 5 new articles

  1. Fishing with Chris Ross
  2. Personal Project – Cape Town Water Crisis
  3. Personal Project – “Non Grata”
  4. Remembering Tom Frost (1937-2018)
  5. Faroe Islands Q & A
  6. More Recent Articles

Fishing with Chris Ross

We had the pleasure of "sitting down" with advertising and lifestyle photographer Chris Ross recently, to discuss his background, career in photography and what lengths he'll go to to "get the shot." We got to focus in on a recent shoot Chris did, combining his love of fishing and getting in the water!
    

Personal Project – Cape Town Water Crisis

Julia Cumes took some time between assignments in her former hometown of South Africa, and her striking images ring mental alarms. Perhaps we're safe up here in Portland, Maine, but this is a "prescient look at things to come for other urban areas as climate change and its effects take hold."
    

Personal Project – “Non Grata”

"For over 8 years, I have been documenting the life of the Roma people's daily life across Europe in 18 journeys. I began this project after visiting the southern part of Czech Republic where I witnessed vast discrimination." - Ake Ericson
    

Remembering Tom Frost (1937-2018)

On August 24, Tom lost his battle with cancer at a hospice near his home in Oakdale, California. Descriptions like pioneer, legend, hero, giant, and polymath are pretty bold descriptions that often get tossed around. Tom Frost truly lived up to each of those descriptions.
    

Faroe Islands Q & A

The Faroe Islands, a group of rocky, volcanic islands in the North Atlantic Ocean, are gaining increasing popularity among photographers and adventure travel enthusiasts, due to their rugged hiking terrain, spectacular bird watching and interesting cuisine. We sat down (virtually) with 5 of Aurora's photographers - Paolo Sartori, Paul Zizka, Brandon Huttenlocher, Sergio Villalba and Jose Azel - to find out what it's like traveling to this outdoor playground.
    

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