Luke Gram’s photographs capture the serenity and power of life in a purely ethereal joining of humans and the landscapes we inhabit.
Specializing in portrait and landscape photography, Luke's work has brought him to over 50 countries in a longstanding attempt to document the world through the lens and experiences of an average person.
Intrigued by multiple exposures and psychology, his digital abstract work features a fusion of portraits and landscapes to create something intangible - a sense of wonder, captured in emotion, translated to a single photo.
The forest, mountains, and rivers of Canada's Yoho National Park embody themselves within the silhouette of a young woman drawn before the sun.
An image of the rough, stormy seas off New Zealand's south oceans is blended with a portrait of a young woman laying her head in the water.
A young woman's face is reflected in multiple directions on the water of the lake she is in.