Photos from a motorcycle road trip over 12 days from New York City to Fairbanks in Alaska (via Denver, Colorado). Included images taken at 'The Bus' near Healy, Alaska from the film "Into the Wild"
About the AuthorEd Gold
Ed Gold has a talent for recording all aspects of life and is Inspired by his interest in documenting the lives of people connected to historically important culture - he spent two and a half years creating a significant body of work in Patagonia.
Ed took his first photograph at the age of eight, and has carried a camera with him ever since. Born in London and raised in Essex and Istanbul, he moved to north Wales in 1999, fell in love with the landscape and became a full-time photographer 10 years ago. Ed obtained a degree in design and an MA from Central St Martins College of Art and Design. A fiercely motivated self-starter, he has travelled the world taking photographs, driven not by commercial gain, but by the desire to preserve in pictures the culture, tribes, communities, customs, traditions and minorities that fuel his passion and his creative intuition
Publish Date January 05, 2010
Category Fine Art Photography
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