editorial

Tearsheet: Patagonia September Journal

For the past couple of years I have helped photograph “Climb The Hill” for the Access Fund, a climbing non-profit that helps secure access to public lands/climbing areas in the United States. As a climber myself (notedly of average ability) and an Access Fund member it is a issue I am invested in and it is a wonderful experience to photograph.

This past year; Patagonia ambassador Quinn Brett came to DC to share her story with elected officials.

And a quick shot I grabbed of Quinn made it into the Patagonia September Journal (2018).

To learn more about Quinn;
https://rockandice.com/climbing-accidents/recovery-update-quinn-brett-100-foot-el-cap-fall/

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John Gosling for an ongoing project

I am often thinking up projects that I am interested in shooting, and a lot of the time it begins with the types of portraits I want to take. I'll come up with a lighting idea and then I get on the look for subjects. I wanted to change things up a little for a new shoot project. I have decided to first find subjects and then tailor a shoot to the subject. 

I'm toying with names for the project... 
'A gaggle of Goslings' ...? 
'Not related' ...?
'No relation' ...?

So first up in this project we have John Gosling. John is an artist/print-maker who shares a studio in the Torpedo Factory. If you get a chance you should check out his work {https://www.theartleague.org/content/gosling_2015}. 

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- Stephen


Check out my portfolio!
www.goslingphoto.com