Andrew Querner

North Vancouver, 2014

North Vancouver, 2014

Sarah Hart for MEC (outtake). Shot in Squamish.

Sarah Hart for MEC (outtake). Shot in Squamish.

Liberia, 2014. 

Liberia, 2014. 

Liberia, 2014. 

Liberia, 2014. 

North Vancouver and Ucluelet. 

North Vancouver and Ucluelet. 

Mare breathed new life into some of my images from Fogo Island. Here’s a couple spreads from the piece. I’m really pleased to contribute to a such a beautiful magazine. 

Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve for EnRoute. 

Liberia, 2014. See the series (here.) With support from, and in support of Universal Outreach Foundation. A huge thank-you to my friends Landis Wyatt and Kent Bubbs Jr. who took care of me in Liberia. 

Liberia, 2014. See the series (here.) With support from, and in support of Universal Outreach Foundation. A huge thank-you to my friends Landis Wyatt and Kent Bubbs Jr. who took care of me in Liberia. 

Squamish, 2013.

Squamish, 2013.

Squamish Valley, 2013. Nod to Andy Grellman. See his work (here.)

Squamish Valley, 2013. Nod to Andy Grellman. See his work (here.)

Liberia, 2014. 
Produced in support of, and with support from Universal Outreach Foundation. 

Liberia, 2014. 

Produced in support of, and with support from Universal Outreach Foundation

Liberia, 2014.

Liberia, 2014.

newyorker:

The Stan Terg mine, part of the Trepca complex, in northern Kosovo, has been in operation intermittently since the Middle Ages. In his series “The Bread with Honey,” the photographer Andrew Querner documents the Stan Terg miners and their quiet community: http://nyr.kr/1g1qOZp
Above: On the eighth level of the mine, an engineer prepares for a controlled blast.

Thanks very much to the New Yorker’s Photo Booth blog and the wonderful Amber Terranova. 

newyorker:

The Stan Terg mine, part of the Trepca complex, in northern Kosovo, has been in operation intermittently since the Middle Ages. In his series “The Bread with Honey,” the photographer Andrew Querner documents the Stan Terg miners and their quiet community: http://nyr.kr/1g1qOZp

Above: On the eighth level of the mine, an engineer prepares for a controlled blast.

Thanks very much to the New Yorker’s Photo Booth blog and the wonderful Amber Terranova. 

(Source: newyorker.com)

Liberia, 2014.

Liberia, 2014.

Liberia, 2014. 

Liberia, 2014.