Jonathan Smith, Sea Lion Caves
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Jonathan Smith

Sea Lion Caves, Oregon, 2011
From the East/West series
Website - JonathanSmithPhotography.com

Jonathan Smith studied in the United Kingdom at the Kent Institute of Design and the International Center for Photography in New York. He has exhibited internationally and has been the recipient of a number of awards, including The Hearst Biennial Award, The Magenta Foundation, Flash Forward Award, the PDN Annual Awards and the Photography Book Now Blurb Award. His work has appeared numerous publications including Metropolis and View magazine, PDN, Art and Architecture and The Royal Photographic Society Magazine. Clients include: Hewlett Packard, The Metropolitan Museum of New York, Random House, None Such records, The Museum of the City of New York, The Design Trust for Public Space and Taschen. He is represented by Rick Wester Fine art Gallery in New York.

Posted on Thursday, September 20, 2012.

 

 

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