This week PI Photography and Fine Art is rolling out with a new series of blog posts called Photographer in the Spotlight. For a full week we will showcase a brief bio and show some of the photographer’s work that we found most interesting. Our hope is that our viewers not only see the beautiful work created by the photographer but also learn a little about the artist behind the pieces. There are so many wonderful photographers in the world and a lot of the time we only see the photograph, not the artist. So we thought it would be nice to show appreciation for the artist, for their dedication to their field, and share some of their work along the way.
Think about it, if it wasn’t for the artist then there would be no art to admire and honestly, life would be pretty boring without it! So show your appreciation to them for spicing up your life and showing you their perception of the world.
Photographer in the Spotlight: Landscape Photographer Hillary Younger
Hillary Younger was born in north-east Tasmania in the 1960s. Her first explorations of the the beautiful landscapes of the island’s forests and shorelines were on horseback. Later she venturing into more remote locations on extended walking trips.
Hillary traveled for some years nationally and internationally but ultimately returned to the beautiful wilderness of Tasmania in 2006, during this time in Hillary’s life her passion for photography was ignited. Hillary’s work has been published in the book “Tasmania: a visual story” and in Australian Geographic magazine. With two solo exhibitions and numerous group exhibitions, Hillary is on her way to making an extraordinary mark on this world. If you would like to see more of Hillary’s work, please visit her Facebook or 500px page.
Today’s Spotlight Photograph: Landscape Photo – Afternoon Sunlight
If you would like to be showcased or know someone who should be, please submit the info here through our contact Us page: Photographer in the Spotlight Submissions