Blake Dahlin is a photographer and visual artist based in Seattle, Washington.
Dahlin's work is grounded in the principles of photojournalism, while exploring the social forces that lay behind contemporary issues. His body of work is introspective with an outward focus, emphasizing the personal transformation that can catalyze societal change.
His latest project, "Divided: A photographic study of division & prejudice," is an introspective work, where Dahlin intentionally confronts his own prejudices and the prejudices of his own community, in order to explore the roots of hatred in white conservatism & white evangelicalism.
Previously, he has self-published two zines of black and white landscape photography, both centered around a spiritual practice of encountering the Divine in wild spaces.
Blake is available for commissions, inquiries, and bookings.
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