Concrete Cell


Joined March 2011

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When I feel something deeply, it usually ends up in a photo at some point. Thus was the case with this image, the first in a short series of underwater photos with were inspired by the documentary Blackfish, about the cruel, tortuous conditions the whales and dolphins at SeaWorld endure every day. In this photo, I wanted to capture the smothering feeling living in an enclosure the size of a bathtub to you and me for the rest of your very sentient life.

If SeaWorld’s practices disgust and horrify you too, please see my
<b><a target="blank" href="" rel="nofollow">open letter to Jack Hanna regarding his defense of SeaWorld</a></b>. You can read more about the issues there and take action with petitions to sign!

Thank you to <a href="" target="blank" rel="nofollow">Katie Johnson</a> for her beautiful underwater modeling in this! There are more gems to come thanks to her :)

My <a target="blank" href="" rel="nofollow">2014 calendars are now available!</a> Each calendar is filled with 12 of my most popular images from the previous year. They are printed on thick, gorgeous paper and add a little daily dose of magic to your day, or the day of someone you love :)

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