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Abstract Landscapes by Nate Hill

Nate Hill is a Melbourne, Australia based freelance photographer and music industry designer. Nate studied Photography at Monash University as part of a visual arts degree and over the years, he developed a love for landscape photography.

I love creating digital art. This led me to create my ongoing ‘Twisted Landscape’ series that has managed to capture the imagination of a lot of people and enabled me to hold my first solo exhibition.
I love creating imagery that accompanies the music. It’s a world I feel like I understand having been in bands most of my life. I love making creative content that makes people stop in their tracks.

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