Grant Harder, Two Birds
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Grant Harder

Two Birds, Kashgar, Xinjiang, China, 2012
From the China Size series
Website - GrantHarder.com

Grant Harder was born and raised in Prince George and now resides in Vancouver, Canada. Before photography his summers were spent planting thousands of trees all over British Columbia and Alberta and his winters doing what ever he liked. This usually included school, traveling and hanging out in the mountains. These days he can be found hustling and slinging photos while traveling and hanging out in the mountains. Recent clients include Outside Magazine, Bon Appetit, The Wall Street Journal and Monocle.

Posted on Friday, January 10, 2014.

 

 

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