Nicolas Sylvester Kamp - Aerial Photo Artist
"My conceptual focus lies somewhere between what seems to be real at first and what could be something else on a closer look"
Born and raised in a creative family surrounded by art and culture, I developed the desire to express my creativity with something I can craft and curate entirely by myself.
Particularly the art of photography and its versatility has always fascinated me.
My step-father Frieder Burda once said, artists find it increasingly difficult to create something unique, since everything has already been painted. I realized that this somehow also applies to the field of photography.
Therefore in 2015, I discovered the world of dronography, a technology that impressed me from its early stage. I realized, that aerial photography using drones opens up completely new perspectives. At the same time, you have full control over your idea since you are both the photographer and the pilot.
My conceptual focus lies somewhere between what seems to be real at first and what could be something else on a closer look, capturing the beauty of this stunning planet from above in the field of abstract nature.
I am extremely grateful that my art is appreciated by so many museums guests and have found a place on their wall. This motivates me to follow up on my passion.
My new series Iceland Structures are now available at the Museum Frieder Burda Concept Store.
Please reach out to me for further information, collaboration or other requests through email or social media.
Museum Frieder Burda - Concept Store
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