Andrew Crane was initially exposed to photography while living in and backpacking throughout East Asia (2010-2014). His photography work’s subject diversity has expanded and image quality has improved while living in a small city in North America (2015-Present). His collection of work concentrates primarily on the documentation and exploration of landscapes, nature, culture, weather events, and urban environments. This documentation can be defined as the capture of unique environmental patterns using advanced photography and observational planning techniques (tracking river flows, weather radars, physical maps, seasonal changes, optimum lighting documentation, etc.). Andrew Crane currently holds an M.Ed in World Languages Education and is working as a Chinese teacher at a school in Florida.
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Crane, Andrew J. Yosemite Falls. Integral Psychotherapy. 2017. Routledge. London. Print.
Crane, Andrew J. Chickasaw NWR Waterfall. Oklahoma Today Magazine. June 2017. Oklahoma City. Print.
Crane, Andrew J. Optimal Language Learning Cover Image. 2017. Rowman & Littlefield. Washington DC. Print.
Crane, Andrew J. Changsha Lantern Festival. 2015. University of Oklahoma Bridges Magazine Cover. Print.
Crane, Andrew J. Langshan Crag. Hunan Gov Tourism. 2013 Changsha, Hunan. Postcard.
Crane, Andrew J. Zhuzizhou Firework Silhouette. National Geographic Photo of the Day, Nov. 8th, 2013. Washington DC. Web.