Stretched Canvas

Modern Lines

Contemporary White

Classical Baroque

Unframed print


Josh Whalen, San Diego
Member Since November 2009
Artist Statement My passion is fine art nature, landscape and conservation photography. I specialize in working with interior designers, art consultants, healthcare facilities and business owners to provide vibrant and inspiring photographic wall art for commercial projects on several different media including; prints, gallery-wrapped canvas, acrylic and metal. I offer only the highest quality products with fast 2-3 week turn around times for most orders.

My love for photography and the outdoors started at a very young age. My father let me hold and shoot with a 35mm camera for the first time on a family camping trip in Yosemite. The resulting photograph of Halfdome with a postcard perfect blue sky in the background had me hooked. I never cease to be amazed by the beauty of nature, whether it be in the form of a crashing wave, a rising sun over snow capped mountains, or an intricate detail often overlooked. It is my passion to capture these split seconds of time and share them with you. I am available for shooting assignments worldwide.

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