As one of the most colorful, energetic and humanity-filled places I've ever been, I'm fascinated by the idea of a monochromatic, almost apocalyptic, Disney World without people. So when on a recent family trip there, I chose 1 lens, a 50mm, and tried to shoot (whilst helping my wife manage our 3 small children and all things Disney) around the throngs of people. The result is eerily empty.
AUTHOR: Nathaniel Johnston UNITED STATES
I was born and raised in Tucson, AZ, and was given my first SLR camera as a present when I was 14, and have been an avid photographer ever since. After ten years in Los Angeles, my wife and I returned to New York in 2011, where we are raising our three little girls.
In addition to clients like Rolex, Houlihan Lawrence, Vista Jet, GFI Realty, Perianth Interior Design, Sotheby’s, NASCAR, EDM Bling, Denizard Jewels, Choctails Chocolates, Maison Ullens, Roenza Schouler and Hervé Léger by Max Azria, my conceptually-based portraiture has helped artists, musicians, businesses, and anybody with a need for high-impact photography, improve their image and move their careers forward.
Publications include Elle Decor, Better Homes, Malibu Lifestyle, Get Out! and Divine Magazines.