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J Henry Fair is a photographer and environmentalist whose aerial photographs of oil spills, damaged coastlines and mining and gas extraction sites reveal some of the many horrors of industrial pollution. At first glance, his photographs strike you with their beauty. But at second glance, the ugly realities of what they reveal is laid bare – from oil spills in the Gulf of Mexico to rising sea levels around America’s coastlines. J Henry Fair's work has received widespread critical acclaim and media attention. Landing features with publications like the BBC, The Guardian, National Geographic and The New York Times, as well as being exhibited in galleries across the world and receiving many awards. He’s one of the most knowledgeable individuals we’ve ever spoken to about environmental and sustainable issues. So there’s lots of interesting anecdotes, information and advice that he gives in our interview that we think you’ll find useful and we hope you enjoy! And if you’d like to see some of J Henry Fair's work, here are a few links to the projects we speak about in this interview:
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