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Endless Highway is a document of culture, landscape, and architecture along the highways and back roads of America. It looks at life along the road from 6 different perspectives. The hometown, the motel, signage, roadside attractions, small town pastimes, and just simply road going. The book is 208 pages of work, 250 images, shot within the last 15 years. The work spans coast to coast and many of the locations no longer exist. I'm really excited to have this collection of photographs all in one beautiful 13 x 11 inch book. Check it out! -stew
ps- also coming up is a more inexpensive mini book version of ENDLESS HIGHWAY. Same exact book just in a 7 x 7 in format. Soon!
Take a peek at my other books as well!
thanks so much, xo-stew
Características y detalles
- Categoría Arte y fotografía
Apaisado grande, 33×28 cm
- Fecha de publicación jul. 02, 2009
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Stewart found his interest in photography at the young age of 15 while growing up in Little Rock, Arkansas. He was always seen spending his time living in the darkroom, working on the yearbook or school newspaper. Those formative years solidified his goals of having career in photography. A few years later, he loaded up and followed his dreams to New York City to study at The School of Visual Arts in Manhattan. There he recieved his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in photography back in 2001. He began to shoot commercial assingments early on during his second year in school and things have taken off from there. These days Stewart finds himself living in New Jersey with his wife and Two boys. His love has always been portraiture, but it's only a small portion of what has intrigued him about photography. The many personal projects he is always working on, mostly about his travels or life, always keeps him busy inbetween assignments.