Tommy Clarke – Aerial Photography

Aerial photography of various places by Tommy Clarke.

Grown up on the south coast of England, Tommy Clarke spent nearly every childhood holiday by the beach. This left a deep fascination with water and its interaction with land. When he was living in Sydney, Tommy Clarke took the opportunity for a scenic flight over Bondi Beach, capturing several aerial shots of the coast with all the people, surfboards, and the different formations caused by the transition between the ocean and the beach. This session became his first aerial photography series called ‘Shore’. Since then, the photographer has hung out of helicopters and small aircrafts several times to take stunning pictures of different locations. When he’s not traveling, the photographer works from his studio in London.

Some of his fascinating aerial shots are available as prints in different sizes on his website. Below you can see a small selection of his beautiful pictures. You can find much more on his website or follow him on Instagram to stay up-to-date with his latest work.

Intersection, 2014 - Salt series - aerial shots by Tommy Clarke.
Intersection. This image from 2014 is part of the Salt series, a collection of aerial shots by British photographer Tommy Clarke.
Blue Umbrellas, 2014 - Saint-Tropez, France.
Blue Umbrellas, a shot from 2014 by Tommy Clarke, taken in Saint-Tropez, France.
Colored Containers, 2011 - Industry series.
Colored Containers, 2011 – This colorful picture is part of Tommy Clarke’s Industry series.
Entry, 2011 - Shore aerial photography by Tommy Clarke.
Entry, 2011 – Shore aerial photography by Tommy Clarke.
Forklift, 2011 - Industry series.
Forklift, 2011 – another great shot of containers taken from the Industry series. Through the bird’s eye view any ordinary scene looks strange and fascinating.
Sand, 2016 - Shark Bay aerial shot by Tommy Clarke.
Sand, 2016 – Shark Bay aerial shot by Tommy Clarke. The turquoise water creates an amazing contrast with the orange color of the sand. Furthermore, you can see how the sand dunes disappear in the water.

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