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Morning Sunrise by Briand Sanderson
This Garden Will Last Forever by Briand Sanderson
Song Mei Ting at Twilight by Briand Sanderson
Twilight at the Gate by Briand Sanderson
The Moon Shines Here and in My Homeland by Briand Sanderson
Sunset on the Gate by Briand Sanderson
Magnolia by Briand Sanderson
Many Choices by Briand Sanderson
Garden Sentry by Briand Sanderson
Rebirth by Briand Sanderson
Reflection of Spring by Briand Sanderson
Ginkgo Elbowa by Briand Sanderson
Sanke Koi by Briand Sanderson
Stepping Stones by Briand Sanderson
Moonrise by Briand Sanderson
Spring Lantern by Briand Sanderson
Midsummer Night's Dream IV - Male Anna's Hummingbird by Briand Sanderson
Midsummer Night's Dream II - Male Anna's Hummingbird by Briand Sanderson
Requesting Permission to Land by Briand Sanderson
Contemplation by Briand Sanderson
Owl on Tree Stump by Briand Sanderson
Scowling Owl by Briand Sanderson
Coupeville Wharf IV by Briand Sanderson
Olympic Sunset Memories by Briand Sanderson
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About Briand Sanderson
About the Artist
Briand first became interested in photography in 1987 while working as an assistant in the photo lab on the Yongsan Army Post in Seoul, South Korea. While working in the darkroom, he was inspired to purchase his very first 35mm film camera â€“ a Canon SLR. He was hooked!
Briand has always loved nature and it has become his main photographic pursuit. He enjoys exploring the seasons through his photography at the Seattle Japanese Garden, and he also enjoys landscape, travel and macro photography.
While living in the Pacific Northwest, Briand was inspired by the story of the Annaâ€™s Hummingbird. This tiny bird, the smallest in the state, used to migrate to warmer climates in the winter, but it has now become a resident bird all year long. The reason it can survive is because people put out hummingbird feeders, and it has become completely dependent upon humans to survive the winter. Briand enjoys telling this story and many others through his photography.
"My passion has always been education. I enjoy teaching others, learning new techniques, and exploring new subject matter." - Briand
Today his work can be found in private collections all over the world and has been shown in many juried exhibitions and shows. He has also been published in several books and publications and has received recognition with awards from photography contests.
Briand lives in Redmond, Washington.
Contact Briand via email at briand @ chezbriand.com