Emma Livingston.

Dwell Magazine’s current issue features a page write up on Argentine photographer Emma Livingston. In her most recent portfolio, Emma shows us her perspective on the singled out urban tree. Simply named ‘Tree Portraits’, her portfolio is intriguing and refreshing with a sense of tension (maybe a bit sad as these struggling trees are singled out with no others nearby to lean on). In any case, a contrast exists between green growth and the cold concrete, worn brick, and deteriorating mortar – and this makes it photo worthy.






1 Response to “Emma Livingston.”

  1. 1 viktoryian 04/14/2009 at 8:43 pm

    Interesting idea! Cool photos! Interesting!

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