Design Raid Art Frédéric Lagrange and the Kazakh Eagle Hunters

Frédéric Lagrange and the Kazakh Eagle Hunters

Frédéric Lagrange and the Kazakh Eagle Hunters
© Frédéric Lagrange

This past winter, Frédéric traveled to Western Mongolia for what turned into a stunning 24-page portfolio on the Kazakh eagle hunters in Avaunt Magazine‘s third issue.

Frédéric Lagrange and the Kazakh Eagle Hunters
© Frédéric Lagrange

Frederic Lagrange launched his career in 2001 and has since worked with a wide range of international advertising, hospitality, and editorial clients, while perusing his insightfully humanist personal projects. At first an excuse to travel, his photography quickly grew into an obsessive passion. Frederic has been documenting the world over the last thirteen years—traveling across more than 80 countries—since he first packed his camera.

Frédéric has been chosen for the 2016 Sony Emerging Talent Award as well as being featured in PDN’s 2016 Photo Annual.

Here some of his photographs of his trip to Mongolia:

Frédéric Lagrange and the Kazakh Eagle Hunters
© Frédéric Lagrange

Frédéric Lagrange and the Kazakh Eagle Hunters
© Frédéric Lagrange

Frédéric Lagrange and the Kazakh Eagle Hunters
© Frédéric Lagrange

Frédéric Lagrange and the Kazakh Eagle Hunters
© Frédéric Lagrange

Frédéric Lagrange and the Kazakh Eagle Hunters
© Frédéric Lagrange

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