Guillermo Cervera Exhibitioin New York City

Aurora Photos photographer Guillermo Cervera will have his first solo exhibit at Anastasia Photo in New York City from October 24, 2014 – January 4, 2015.

Work on display will include selections from 20 years of documenting armed conflict and social issues globally as well as work featured in HBO’s upcoming film, THE LAST PATROL.

Uprising in Libya

HBO’s THE LAST PATROL, debuting November 10th, features Cervera and two combat veterans. They join award-winning journalist and filmmaker Sebastian Junger as they embark on a walk along the train tracks from Washington, D.C. to Philadelphia, and then to Pittsburgh. Anastasio Photos says of the film: “Making their way through ghettos, suburbs, farms and woods in multiple trips spanning a year, they re-create the incredible closeness and interdependence of soldiers in combat while discovering the pulse of America.” Young people celebrate Gaddafi's  exit of Benghazi.

To see Cervera’s work, visit the Aurora Photos website here.

Peter Essick on Western Drought for National Geographic

The October 2014 issue of National Geographic features a story about western drought with photography by Aurora photographer Peter Essick. The story, called  “When the Snows Fail” is a look into the current state of the American West and their persistent droughts.
Fallow Land, near Avenal, California
According to National Geographic, “The story of the Central Valley of California is the story of much of the American West, and of other inhabited deserts around the world. We have altered the driest parts of California, Nevada, and Arizona to fulfill our ambitions, and for years we have been able to ignore their natural limits. Now a growing population and a changing climate are exposing those limits as never before.”
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*The above images will be available for licensing in January 2015.
To read the story in National Geographic, click here.
To see more work by Peter Essick, visit the Aurora Photos site here.

Au Volume 4: Imagery We’re Passionate About

Volume 4 of Aurora Photos’ quarterly publication gets to the heart of Aurora and the photography we are passionate about: Athletes performing near-miraculous feats of strength, agility and daring; adventurers facing down steep challenges and batting the elements; the majesty of untamed beauty and the natural world; and exotic far away lands that capture the imagination. This is who we are. This is Aurora. Check it out here: http://issuu.com/auroraphotos/docs/au_vol_4

A woman on a swing on a dock.

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