Denali National Park, ALASKA
Photography edition 2/5
Limited edition numbered prints
Printed on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350 gsm paper
180 x 100 cm (+10cm white edge)
Freight to be quoted
[Frame quoted on request]
Photographer Stéphane Gautronneau ventures out to capture ‘physical-scapes’ in some of the planet’s wildest corners. From there, he brings back singular images that resonate with the world’s fast eroding nature: what seems like permanent landscapes and nature is, in fact, disappearing. An autodidact, he started his career by assisting a roaster of great fashion photographers like Patrick Demarchelier, Justine Parson, David Sawyer and Riccardo Tinelli. Sensitive and precise, Stéphane soon devoted time to mastering large format cameras – which require extra care and attention during pre and post-production phases.
He collaborates regularly with lifestyle magazines and periodicals with his work featured in French Vogue, Glamour US, Paris Match, Air France Magazine & Madame (Conde Nast), Figaro Madame, Le Monde, Libération, The New York Times, Vanity Fai US, Harpers Bazaar UK, Stern, The Guardian or The Independent and many more. His work extends to travel stories, collaborations and working for brands for Nike, BMW, Benetti yachts, Virgin and Richard Brandon’s submarine (Necker Nymph).