'Nick Brandt has captured in art, what our minds have could not have imagined … These images vividly remind us that a future without our wildlife and the options that they bring is a desperately poor one. It does not have to be this way. We just have to wake up and look at Brandt's images to see what we are doing'
Dr. Paula Kahumbu, O.G.W., Chief Executive Officer WildlifeDirect, Kenya
'Astonishing … a new genre of photography, both technological and conceptual, that brings together science and the visual arts … delivers the emotional shock rarely felt, but needed in full, to accelerate global conservation'
E.O. Wilson, Theorist, Biologist & Author
'Shows how wildlife and humans collide on a grand scale'
'Powerful and haunting'
'A harrowing and deeply moving omen of a landscape devoid of its wildlife and essential life force'
'This work, for the first time in digital and in colour, shows us both the possibility and the impossibility of animals coexisting with man'
The Eye of Photography
'Brandt’s photographs – which never hide the fact that they have been staged – address this question. How can humanity co-exist with the natural world and at what cost?'
'A collection of epic, eerie and beautiful panoramas'
Digital Camera Magazine