Joseph Michael’s current project is an encompassing international installation celebrating the pristine scenery of Antarctica.
Set to take place from 2017, the work is a cinematic collision of nature and architecture, wherein Michael’s majestic imagery of Antarctic icebergs are projection-mapped onto significant buildings across the globe.
As with previous projects, Michael is collaborating with numerous composers, creatives and technicians from around the world in his dynamic recreations of exquisite Antarctic landscapes.
Arachnocampa luminosa is a species of glowworm endemic to the island nation of New Zealand. These long exposure photographs were captured in a number of limestone caves in the North Island. The 30 million year old formations form a majestic backdrop to the bioluminescence of the glowworms.