Michael Hanson is a Seattle-based photographer represented by National Geographic Creative. Michael's photography career began after playing Minor League Baseball for the Atlanta Braves. His work has taken him to over 25 countries around the world. He completed his first book, a project documenting urban farming in America, titled Breaking Through Concrete in 2010 and recently finished his first documentary film, Who Owns Water, on a river in his native South. He has taught numerous photography workshops, including National Geographic Student Expeditions in the Sacred Valley, Peru. He was the co-founder for the Center Street Photography Program in Birmingham, AL. He has judged the 2010, 2011 and 2012 DC Fotoweek Photography contest. Michael's fine art work is in the permanent archive at the Sir Elton John Collection.
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