Nostalgic moments, from across the Garuda Indonesia network.
Highly acclaimed landscape photographic artist Charlie Waite has contributed considerably to bringing landscape photography to a wider and more appreciative audience. For the last 25 years, Waite has lectured extensively throughout the UK and Europe, held numerous exhibitions around the world, which include a one-man show on Broadway in New York in April 2001, and published more than 30 books on the topic, including the best-selling The Making of Landscape Photographs.
A landscape and travel photographer from Wales, Daniel’s background in the arts and natural history act as the foundation and inspiration for his work. His images have gained a following of many thousands on social media after he was featured as a suggested user by Instagram. Daniel’s work has since been featured in a number of print and online publications and has taken him to amazing places around the world.
You can follow Daniel on Instagram at @danielalford_ or follow his work on danielalford.co.uk.
Sinziana Velicescu is a photographer and filmmaker based in Los Angeles. Her photography explores human intervention in nature within landscapes that have undergone political, social, or environmental change. Her photographs have been shown in galleries in Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Hamburg, Melbourne, Tokyo and Rome. Most recently, Photo Boite named her one of their 30 UNDER 30 female photographers to watch in 2016.
Diego Zapatero lives in Yogyakarta, the cultural cradle of Java, Indonesia. At the age of 25, he migrated into photographic work from his background as a pianist and composer after a career in marketing administration. He was led progressively towards his passion for cultural exploration, at the same time pushed by a keen interest in Indonesian culture. In his work, he travels Southeast Asia to seek out the most genuine stories to substantiate his photo projects.