Photo & Video
Posted by Steph Wade
31. May, 2013
Hailing from the border town of Albury, 21 year old Marshal Brown studied 3D animation in Melbourne before traveling the world and snapping everything that got in his way.
“I’m allergic to work, but an artist for life. In my 21 years here I’ve met some really great people and seen some really cool things along the way,” asserts Brown.
The snapper tells us he aims to capture everyday people, objects and landscapes in his work, the stuff that many wouldn’t bother to document. The majority of Brown’s work tends to be monochrome, because of the beauty he finds in black and white images.
Brown’s next project will be in South America, where he plans to capture the colours and the culture.
To see more visit marshalbrown.tumblr.com
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