Winter holiday through a photographer’s lens

Last updated 04.12.2017MichaelMichael

New Zealand native Casey Moore lives in East Sussex, England, where he works as a photographer. As a youngster he taught himself the art of photography and spent many hours honing his skills in the darkroom. For his large-scale exhibition images he still uses traditional analogue methods and develops each photo by hand. When it comes to his work, he draws inspiration from a quote by the surrealist Roger Caillos: “Without humanity, there remains aesthetic. It is nature itself that dictates human aesthetics and imagination.”

The following series of photos were all shot on analogue 35mm film by Casey during a family holiday in Pertisau am Achensee with his wife Claire Alexander and their three children Luca, Willow and Ren (aged 8, 7 & 2). This was the first time the whole family had gone skiing and he said of Pertisau: “I have skied in many many different countries but I cannot imagine a better place to take the family for their first ski holiday. Pertisau really was the perfect place to get the kids in love with the mountains.”




When he is not working, Michael Gams is out exploring this beautiful country, hiking, mountain biking, freeriding and ski touring to the most beautiful spots in Tirol.

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