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Jeremy Blincoe – photographer

I came across a gallery of Jeremy’s work on the photographyserved.com site which is always worth a visit in an idle moment. His pictures have had a lot of work done to them and create an odd other worldly atmosphere, I like them. It was difficult to find out much about the photographer, this is a statement from his behance notes

“I’m a Melbourne based photographer and artist. I’m currently working on two new series. One is focusing on Indigenous Australians and the other explores childhood, imagination and the degradation of the environment. When not exploring and creating pictures I love to go surfing. “

I did manage to find his website but apart from more fascinating images it didn’t tell me much, have a look yourself here

2 responses to “Jeremy Blincoe – photographer

  1. missbossyboots.com.au October 13, 2011 at 3:18 am

    Jeremy’s work seems quite popular; it get posted all over the place! He does some commercial work but is really into fine art. You can find more images/ regular updates on what he’s up to on my blog through my site (in my sig). Glad you’re enjoying his work so far!

    • oxfordschoolofphotography October 13, 2011 at 9:53 am

      Hi, I am impressed with the various web presence of photographers and others from Australia, some of my favourite blogs are based there, Tom Dinning, Lightstalking, Digitial Photo School. I thought Jeremy’s work fascinating, in some ways the production reminded me of Loretta Lux, not so much content of course but the look or maybe feel. If you have other photographers you would like to push my may please do, always interested in vibrant talent. Preferably no landscapes of Uluru, the 7 Sisters or the harbour bridge though!

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