I recently obtained a rarely given permission to photograph Paris from a helicopter directly over Paris monuments. Usually flights are restricted to the outskirts of the city where it is not possible to get straight down shots. The new work is a continuation of my aerial photography over cities, which I began in 2010. In 2017 my book LA NY, Thames & Hudson, aerial photographs of LA and NY, was published and has since won many awards including a Graphis Gold Award. Several years ago I began shooting over London and Amsterdam, and in May I was given permission for...
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