Logan Gearhart is an outdoor travel photographer, creating images his viewers can immerse themselves into. Experiencing what he felt and making those images come to life. Published in local papers and magazines of both Breckenridge, Colorado and the Outer Banks of North Carolina, his photography is making a name for himself.
He constantly grasps an obsession for true art in all forms; music, paintings, sketches, and other photography. With this in mind and as a photographer, Logan puts great thought into creating an image and evokes powerful emotions through his creations for his viewers.
An enthusiast for traveling, being one with nature, and diving into different cultures, Logan's goal is to be able to tell stories through his images. History is a major factor of what draws him to specific locations. Experiencing different cultures and the way of life opens the mind and changes the individual's perception of the world. Logan tries to exclusively venture outside to capture some of nature's most extraordinary moments from the powerful ocean to the giants that raise toward the heavens with snow capped peaks and jagged crags. He aims to inspire people to travel and explore outside of common comfort zones. Without photography, Logan may have never learned to grasp that concept of life and the importance to live a life fulfilled. He continuously uses the art of photography to tell others his story, while also learning more about himself with every photograph captured.
Logan shoots photographs using both digital SLRs and 35 mm SLR film format. He publishes his work on a handful of social media sites such as Instagram and Facebook where his viewers can interact and connect with him. Logan also displays some of his best work that he creates himself from printing, matting, and framing and is available to view throughout the Outer Banks in North Carolina.
Besides photography, Logan enjoys a multitude of activities consisting of skiing, surfing, hiking, and camping with his closest friends. He has lived in a variety of places such as Pennsylvania, Virginia, North Carolina, and even Colorado. He currently lives in Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina, where his love for the ocean is always present as well as the comforting southern hospitality of the local residents.