Austin Green began his career focusing on concert and festival photography in the Baltimore area, but turned his camera toward the rod and reel after a mentor suggested he combine his passions for fly fishing and photography. The Uncommon Angler blog was born, and he began documenting the fly fishing lifestyle that he and his friends had immersed themselves in. The Uncommon Angler slowly began shifting from a blog to media production. After signing up for the photography and filmmaking programs at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), he began to take his fly fishing-based art more seriously, sharing his photography and filmmaking during class critiques. Much of his current documentary, “Pursuing Esox”, was initially facilitated through a recent video studio at the JHU MICA Film Center. Through MICA Photo, he and his photo-partner have been documenting the environmental impact of the gas industry. Their documentary, “Sacrificed Zones: Hydraulic Fracturing, Pipeline Expansion, and Gas Export In The Mid-Atlantic,” was recently exhibited at MICA and has developed into their thesis work.
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