Arte Fotográfica #67

I’m very excited to have had some images from ‘West of the Sun’ included in a ten page spread in Arte Fotográfica‘s issue #67

The magazine is run and edited by Jorge Pinto Guedes and can be viewed here. You can also order a hard copy by emailing jpg@mindaffair.net

…well worth it!

UPDATE – AUGUST 2016

I have since been featured on the cover of issue 81 with a twenty two page spread and it looks amazing. You can view it here.

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