Brown W. Cannon III A reverence for the natural world coupled with a poetic wanderlust makes for the perfect globe-trotting photographer-on-assignment. Brown W. Cannon III, has a gift. Through his lens he exposes a deeply personal exploration of the beauty of nature and the human spirit. And in the end brings the world back home for all of us to enjoy. In his breathtaking pictures of people and places from Oregon to Indonesia and beyond, he introduces his audience to his subjects in an intimate and unadorned fashion. For Brown, photography is a means to connect with our living environments and to celebrate the people we often pass by without notice. Whether half way around the world or a mile from home, he believes that there is a story worthy of being told. Brown studied photography at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena California and graduated with honors in the Fall of 1999. He was named one of the “30 under 30 photographers” to watch by Photo District News. For the past sixteen years, Brown has had a career that has taken him across the globe, shooting commercial, travel and lifestyle photography for editorial magazines and corporate clients. His work can be found regularly in many of the worlds top publications, including AAA Living, Conde Nast, Men’s Journal, Outside, Audubon, Sunset, and GEO Saison. His photography has earned him the Lowell Thomas awards for best editorial travel features in 2006, 2007, 2010 and 2012 and he was named the 2015 NATJA Silver Award winner for Overall Excellence - Print Publication “Wild at Heart,” AAA Living. His first solo exhibition was in 2003 at the Focus Gallery in San Francisco. Since then he has shown regularly including a handful of shows in 2015 in Colorado, Oregon, Charleston and New York. Brown is also working on a collaborative mixed media project titled 'GOLDEN' with his sister and fellow artist, KC Lockrem. Currently you can find his work on display at the Jenny Green Gallery in Bend, OR, the Michael-Mitchell Gallery in Charleston, SC, the Sorrell Sky Gallery in Santa Fe, NM, and at the Whisper Lodge in New York City.