Award winning photographer is a political artist, sculptor and musician, with radically committed work that has created messages of global, political and humanitarian implications. These ideas resonate in an ever-evolving body of emotionally charged art. Living in New York and Germany, George sees himself as a “war photographer and sculptor” on the global battlefields of our time. Scenes of the wars of religion, consumption, economic crises, ocean pollution, humanitarian justice and the struggle for the resources of oil, water and quality of life are his pallet.
Fred George Worldwide Europe, Ottstraße 2, 66115 Saarbrücken, Germany
Wakeford has been living in Saarbrücken since 1972 as a freelance advertising photographer. He recently photographed and published “Portraits of Service” in collaboration with the Patton Foundation with co-author Robert H. MIller. Winner of an Independent Publisher Book Award in 2012, the two went on to write “Veterans Voices” for National Geographic, with photos and personal experiences from veterans collected in interviews.
Andrew Wakeford, Im Roethschesteld 4, 66129 Saarbrücken, Germany