Brooke Holm is an Australian/American photographic artist whose work traverses dramatic landscapes, conceptual still life, considered interiors and architecture. She is currently based in New York City working across editorial, commercial and fine art projects.
Photographer Brooke Holm shot her new series of works in the Namib Sand Sea, the oldest desert in the world. Seemingly never-ending sand dunes stretch for over 3 million hectares in this UNESCO World Heritage Site, a unique ecosystem that survives mostly on condensation from the fog that rolls in off the coastline every morning. Namibia is one of the countries most vulnerable to climate change, and the first write climate change policies into their constitution.
"My study of landscapes in photography directly relates to the personal connection I have with nature. It is because of this strong captivation that I have a desire to investigate the relationship between humans and the environment." In her new Mineral Matter series, New York-based photographer Brooke Holm explores Iceland's river deltas from above.