I live in a suburb of Manhattan--about 20 minutes North of the city that is home to several state forests and multiple reservoirs. I spend a lot of time in both places: New York City and northern New Jersey.
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Born in Aylesbury, a small market town in England, Simon Harsent’s passion for photography grabbed him from an early age. He enrolled to study the subject at Watford College, and after graduating, went on to assist some of London’s top photographers.
“How to tell a story and tell it well?”…that is the question. Photography is mostly used to transmit a message. More than just transposing an instant from one time/space location to many others, it is mostly use to transpose a set of emotions, ideas, via the complex use of the photographer’s perspective. The way we see things has more to say, very often, then what we choose to communicate. But images have their limitations.
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