South Florida's most creative fine art photographer, Aaron Ansarov, is always producing new works that are innovative and cutting edge. One of Aaron’s most recent and viral photo collections is entitled “Zooids.” By using live Portuguese Man O’ War, Aaron creates surreal, vibrant and textured designs that have never been seen before. It has gained international attention and has been featured in major publications including The London Observer, Wired, Fast Company and Smithsonian.
Another fine art collection, My Backyard, reaches back to Aaron’s first fascinations with the living creatures found in the woods of central Florida. By utilizing his own catch and release program, Aaron photographs the various living creatures that reside in the landscape around his own backyard. A portion of this collection is featured in the June 2013 issue of National Geographic. This highly coveted Photo Journal is not just 8 beautifully played images gracing four pages in the magazine, but also an article about him and his son developing and executing the project. The best gift a father could give to his son.
Aaron is currently working on several new projects bound to gain the same international attention. The “One to One” project involves use of macro photographs captured at three inches away from the human skin that allow us to see people in a way they have never been seen before. He calls these the most intimate portraits a person can ever have. More information regarding Aaron’s history, accomplishments and work can be found on this website.
His work has been published internationally.