Dustin Aksland worked with acclaimed author/speaker Deepak Chopra and Harvard Business Review on a recent feature about the innovator’s life’s work.
Upon the release of his new novel, Turtles All The Way Down, Dustin Aksland spent some time with the celebrated author John Green for Entertainment Weekly.
Dustin Aksland shot New York graffiti legend, Lee Quiñones, as he applied the final touches to work exclusively created for Supreme’s Spring / Summer ’18 collection.
Giant Artists celebrates curiosity, exploration, and embracing found moments. When a work trip to Boston, Massachusetts turned into a snow day, Dustin Aksland – camera in hand – happily captured these eerily beautiful cityscapes.
Dustin Aksland photographed the Brooklyn-based, up and coming fixture maker, Rich Brilliant Willing, for a story in Architectural Lighting.
Dustin Aksland photographed Executive Chef, Angie Mar of The Beatrice Inn, slicing enormous king cuts of prime rib for the September issue of Bon Appétit.
Dustin Aksland traveled to Argentina to shoot the August cover of enRoute for a story exploring Buenos Aires’s lively jazz scene.
Dustin Aksland‘s photos fully immerse viewers into scenarios, almost feeling the dirt-filled atmosphere of a rodeo or the unmitigated excitement of a first-time concert goer. And when Dustin photographs food and restaurants, we can practically smell the freshly prepared meals in the bustling kitchens. When asked about his approach to shooting the food industry, Dustin says, “Shooting chefs and kitchens isn’t very different from shooting musicians or bands on tour. The camaraderie and focus on a singular goal are fun to witness. But the best part of shooting chefs and world class food is getting to eat it afterward!” Thanks for taking us there, Dustin!