From Yuki Hoshi’s article for Tabi Labo [translated from Japanese]:
Boston-born photographer Zack Seckler started working since 2003 after graduating from college but says he took five years to find his style. To create his unique view of the world, he decided to “cut the world from the sky.” Above all, these works, created mainly in the southern part of Africa, are characteristic of wild animals found in dioramas.
Browse the exhibition “South Africa” at ClampArt
Browse the series “South Africa” at ClampArt
Browse all of Zack Seckler’s work at ClampArt