Owl Scout’s series by Todd Baxter is a conceptual work with a mix of irony and splatter. One photo is very intense (when the scout die) so you can found it in the website of the photographer. Here, an interisting making of.
After studying photography, painting, drawing, and sculpture at the University of New Mexico, in his hometown of Albuquerque Todd Baxter spent two years After studying photography, painting, drawing, and sculpture at the University of New Mexico, in his hometown of Albuquerque Todd Baxter spent two years teaching photography and art in the Albuquerque public school system. A recruiting call from abroad only two years into his teaching career found him traveling to Muscat, Oman where he taught for another two years at the American British Academy and explored the Middle East, Asia and Africa in his free time. Upon his return to the United States in 2002, Todd began freelancing as a designer and art director for many of Chicago’s advertising agencies, eventually working full time as an art director at Cramer Krasselt. It didn’t take long before he had officially started his own business and by 2004 Todd Baxter Photography was in full swing servicing a variety of agencies and editorial clients. Aside from his commercial work, Todd is completing a large-scale photography project titled “Owl Scouts”. The piece depicts the challenges of life through the misadventures of two young children.