"Being an avid student of history and psychology during my university years I always worked to incorporate my interests with my passion of photography. When I travel I seek to capture the raw, authentic experiences and faces found within many cultures, while adding my own personal twist of a fantasy-esque editing technique that is reminiscent of the mental pictures I had in my head as I read National Geographic as a kid and desired to explore the world. Now that I can, I’m creating my own record of modern day history, stored with an infusion of authenticity and surrealism."
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THE HARDEST PART IN WRITING ABOUT LUKE GRAM IS PINPOINTING WHERE HE'S FROM. Every time I see one of his photographs pop up on my Instagram, it's in a new corner of the world. His constant travel makes his sense of home a global one. I love the photography of Luke Gram because it keeps me curious. Not only do his images capture the raw beauty of faraway places, it captures the awe of travel itself.
If Luke Gram's photographs were to be a postcard from the road, it wouldn't be from one particular place; it would read "Hello From Your Dreams." Equal parts memoir and adventure documentary series, each breathtaking image gives you a lens of gratitude. The world is a beautiful place, and while oft unexplored, these portraits are more than scenic, they're emotional odes to exploration. Gram's work is about living an engaged life — connecting one adventure at a time.