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Burning Man 2009 – Evolution

Burning Man 2009 – Evolution

A gathering of some 50,000 hardy souls in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert, Burning Man has a different art theme each year – to inspire the week’s display of sculptures, floats, performances, and general surreality. In 2009, the 200th anniversary of Charlie Darwin’s...
Burning Man 2007 – The Green Man

Burning Man 2007 – The Green Man

Every year the lunar landscape of the Nevada desert plays host to the heady and hedonistic Burning Man festival. The temporary, commerce-free community is known as “Black Rock City”. For eight days it bursts into existence as an experiment in radical self-expression...
Holy Waters – Varanasi

Holy Waters – Varanasi

The city of Varanasi sits at the edge of the Ganges River, a gateway between the physical and the spiritual worlds. It is the hub of the Hindu world and a destination for countless pilgrims. They come to bathe in the Ganges River, to wash away the sins of a lifetime,...
Finding Buddha – Bodhgaya

Finding Buddha – Bodhgaya

It was here, in a place now called Bodh Gaya, that a Prince named Siddhartha Gautama experienced nirvana as he sat in meditation beneath a bodhi tree. After becoming a Buddha, or “the awakened one” as he is now known, he traveled the region to seven sights in seven...
Havana

Havana

Havana   . Taxi on on the Malecon waterfront 15 minutes later. . . . . . . . . . . .  Mechanic shop in Centro Havana. It’s not uncommon to have a Russian engine inside an old American car. . . . . . . . . Wounded dog resting under a banner of five cubans...
Tam Tams – Montreal

Tam Tams – Montreal

The Tam Tam Jam takes place on Sundays throughout summer on the eastern slopes of Mount Royal amid hordes of summer revelers. Centered around the Sir George-Étienne Cartier monument, drummers form an ad-hoc drumming circle while their audience dance, perform...
Surfing Montreal

Surfing Montreal

Unlikely as it may seem, a surfing community has sprung up in Montreal. During the spring, summer, autumn and (for the extra brave ones) winter, Montreal locals come to a secluded spot, hidden behind Montreal’s famous Habitat 67 building, to try their luck surfing the...

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to the personal site of Jonathan Clark. Here you will find film and photographic stories from around the world that are of personal interest to me. I do hope you will get some enjoyment browsing through some of the stories here.

I freelance both as a cinematographer and photographer in the San Francisco Bay Area where I am based out of and I travel far and wide with  my craft. My cinematography work covers: documentaries, narrative film, corporate video & commercials.

My photographic images have appeared in publications such as National Geographic, National Geographic Traveller, Communication Arts, PDN & Lonely Planet and I’ve been the recipient of numerous photography awards.

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 Whitebait fishermen in the Taranaki District of New Zealand. The fishermen position themselves at the mouths of rivers where if flows into the ocean. Their nets scoop up tiny fish (whitebait). After they fry the fish up into fritters  Gannet at Muriwai Beach, Auckland, New Zealand.  This pohutukawa tree looked like it fell decades ago and is still staying strong - a good metaphor in life to remind us no matter the hardship, we can truck on and keep growing. . . #auckland @visitauckland #visitauckland #dji #phantom4pro #drone #aerial #onetreehill #aotearoa #pohutukawa
 Dam spillway in Huia, Auckland. The colors are from the various moss growing on the spillway  A good 10 minutes of sunrise  sun this morning in Auckland then it left us. @visitauckland #visitauckland auckland #onetreehill #aerial #drone  @missaustraliaintl2017 Alice Su at the Golden Bar district of Burning Man 2007 . . . #burnergirls #burningman #burningman2017

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