Behind Glass refers both to the glass or boundaries of an enclosure and to the glass of the camera lens.
Often I find myself gazing into the eyes of a monkey, his hand touching the glass wall that separates our worlds. The window works not only as a framing device but also to add atmosphere and narrative, left for the viewer to interpret.
Primates especially are able to remind people of the undeniable connection between man and animal, and this feeling evokes a memory of a time when man was part of nature.
— Anne Berry
Agency founder, conservation photographer, nature lover—offers his perspectives on the photo industry and on how to make a living doing what you love.
Simple, graceful, life-size: For Øyvind Hjelmen's Anthologia series, he abandoned cameras completely to make unique sun prints on photographic paper outside in his garden on the island of Stord, Norway.
An intimate family album documents the freedoms of childhood among six siblings "at the edge of the world" in rural France.
On the streets of New York City, photographing businessmen in suits, this series of informal portraits attempts to discover qualities of individualism beyond the codes of business dress.