Photographer Zack Seckler, born in Boston lives in the ‘burbs of New York City, studied psychology at Syracuse. Zack shoots fine art photographs. Recently, Zack found himself in Africa with some free time on his hands. Instead of photographing from ground level, he took his art to the sky in an ultra-light airplane.
Photographer Zack latest series took him 2,000 miles through South Africa, each piece shot from the passenger seat of a two-seater sport plane. The works feature animal tracks and shadows as compositional elements, capturing herds of flamingos, Gemsbok, and even a slow turtle resting in the dazzling blue water. His photo series, Aerial Abstracts was shot in Botswana over the Makgarikgadi Pan and the Okavango Delta.