Bryan McVey's work is dynamic in nature, and spans a multitude of spaces and environments, including travel, human endurance, the body, as well as urban and rural subjects. The essence of my muse stems from experiences traveling and participating in endurance sports. Formally trained as an engineer, I use my technical knowledge and apply it to aspects of photography, helping to balance the formal approach and conceptual intent of my creative vision. My desire is to create a more artistically pleasing vantage point of spaces, movement, light, and action. I’m constantly searching for the next location to apply my craft and strive to bring a more human connection to my photographs while depicting meaning of the subject. I firmly believe in a photograph's ability to elicit emotions by creating a scene, which resonates beyond the initial subject matter itself, and allows the viewer to get lost in its compositional story. Learn more about Bryan McVey’s HATCH exhibitions Exhaustion and Exuberance and Amor Fati.