From Naomi Leach’s article at Daily Mail regarding Zack Seckler’s exhibition “South Africa”:
Boston native Zack Seckler, a fine art photographer who has worked with some of the world’s biggest companies including De Beers, Google, Apple and Gap, was drawn to photography after travelling solo through India where he ‘found that creating images was a gateway to understanding the culture and yourself in new and exciting ways’.
The minimalist images were taken from elevations between 50 and 500 feet from a light aircraft over one week. He told MailOnline Travel: ‘With my aerial photography I’m always looking for a combination of spectacular landscapes that have an abstract quality to them and also for elements, like animals, that are instantly recognisable from the air.
‘South Africa has an incredible diversity of beautiful landscapes. Crystal clear ocean, lush jungle, open grasslands and stark desert. There is also an abundance of wildlife, everything from herds of buffalo to pods of dolphin, elephants, giraffe, and every other African mammal you can imagine.