style=”text-align: justify;”>Pembroke, UK-based inventive director, filmmaker, painter, doodler, and, sure, photographer Andy Lee has compiled a mesmerizing picture sequence of roads that he’s photographed throughout his travels world wide. The artist introduces the “Roads” and conjures up the viewer with a traditional quote from J. Kerouac’s On The Street: “There was nowhere to go however in every single place.”
style=”text-align: justify;”>Having had pictures as a side-hobby for many of his life, Lee turned obsessive about it about ten years in the past, when filming a documentary for a charity in Ethiopia. Lee was all of a sudden immersed into a brand new surroundings that begged to be documented on digicam, and so he did, ending up utterly hooked. Turning his lenses a bit away from portraiture and falling in love with panorama pictures, Lee created this mysterious sequence of roads in desolated areas world wide, which you’ll take pleasure in right here.