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James Houston

by on Nov 16, 2015 in Products
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Australian born photographer James Houston captures images of nature and the human form in an entirely distinctive way

Based in New York, the photographer credits his background as a ceramic sculptor for the way his eyes see the world.

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Most of Houston’s subject matter focuses around the natural environment and studies of the human form, and he often merges the two together. His works are now available for sale through www.houstonphoto.com, with many of the images having shown at various exhibitions around the globe.

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"Since 1999 I have been working on passion projects to raise awareness and funds for causes I care about. From HIV/AIDS and Breast Cancer to the Adolescent Sexual Health Crisis facing U.S. Teens today and Global Greens Environmental mission. I feel grateful that I can use my vision and talents to create community projects. I decided to launch this site and allow selected series to continue to benefit the causes by donating 20% of the profits of those images sold,” notes the photographer.

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The artist also works with a range of celebrities including Cate Blanchett, Hugh Jackman, Jessica Alba and Jennifer Lopez.

This is the next in our series, The Artist’s Perspective. If you would like to be featured, please send your submission to editorial@perspectiveglobal.com

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