The Aspen Power of Four is a multi-sport race series that takes competitors on a course up and over the four mountains that make up Aspen-Snowmass: Aspen Mountain (Ajax), Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk, and Snowmass.
Matthew Turley is accustomed to working with a whole range of subjects—models in Namibia, Ram Trucks deep in the heart of Texas, and even the occasional stingray—but working with the Travelocity Roaming Gnome was a little bit different.
Matthew Turley’s image of an abandoned home filled with sand in Kolmanskop, Namibia, has been on display in Mexico City as part of an exhibition to highlight climate change.
Matthew Turley recently spent three weeks in Texas shooting Ram’s entire line of trucks. Because each truck, from the Sport to the Big Horn, the Rebel, and the Laramie, appeals to a different demographic, a considerable amount of thought went into how and where to shoot.
Georgia’s Sea Island resort lies along one of most popular lengths of Atlantic coastline. Both the area and the resort are steeped in history.
After four years of dreaming of the desert, Matthew Turley bought a ticket and headed to the airport.
What do New Orleans, Grand Cayman, and Bangkok, Thailand, all have in common? They each have a hotel property that is part of the Marriott Rewards network.
Congratulations to Matthew Turley for his feature in the January/February Communication Arts. Julie Prendiville Roux spoke with Matthew about his passion for the outdoors and how his connection to nature “shows through, reflecting the purity and elegance of his subjects.”
Matthew Turley recently spent over two months in Europe shooting stock and personal work.