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NANTUCKET PHOTOGRAPHER JONATHAN NIMERFROH

THURSDAY, JUNE 14 at 6pm

In April 2016, Jonathan Nimerfroh and Louis Breskman, outfitted by Faherty, traveled to the remote northwestern region of Namibia, an area of the world that has changed little for thousands of years.  Their travels took them into the fabled Kaokoland region, sparsely inhabited by nomadic Himba tribes, storybook African wildlife, and one of the last natural habitats of the endangered African Black Rhino.  See Namibia through the lens of Jonathan, an area of the world seen by so few westerners.  Travel with Jonathan and Louis as they traversed the region by vintage Land Rover Defender, through one of the last great wildernesses on this planet.  Share in their experiences, and catch a glimpse of a way of life that is too quickly disappearing, in a prehistoric and starkly beautiful landscape.

a one - night event featuring nantucket island photography

Howler Brothers World Headquarters
1010 W Lynn St,
Austin, TX 78703

THIS EVENT IS FREE TO THE PUBLIC  

SLIDESHOW STARTS AT 6PM

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Surf and lifestyle photographer Jonathan Nimerfroh’s “Slurpee Wave” photos recently became a viral internet sensation.  Jonathan lives year round on Nantucket, an island 30 miles off the coast of Massachusetts and is the owner of three photography businesses; JDN PHOTOGRAPHY, Nantucket Salt and Runaway Bride Nantucket. When his tiny island gets too small, Jonathan travels worldwide, the only requirement being a chance to surf

Jonathan’s award winning photography has been featured in such publications as The New York Times, Rolling Stone, Stay Wild Magazine, and much more.  Jonathan is a proud member of The Photographers Alliance of Nantucket and his work is currently being exhibited exclusively at Samuel Owen Gallery.