Stories, not content
Jack Cantor is a student, photographer, endurance athlete, and a firm believer in the importance of the story in visual media
I'm an expedition and lifestyle photographer based in Maine - land of mountains and coast.
Through shooting Himalayan expeditions, hurricane swells, Tibetan traders, and countless nor’easters, I’ve fallen in love with the art of going where others won’t.
I’m hooked on telling authentic stories in hard-to-reach and hard-to-shoot places, the gnarlier, the better.
Currently, I am between assignments, putting finishing touches on a photo story from the Himalayas, learning Tibetan, and finishin my undergraduate research.
Obsessing over the camera and what’s in front of the lens has allowed me to share incredible stories with you, the world, and the people who have shaped them. Having experienced photography’s ability to inspire, connect, and empathize, I am compelled to maintain the highest quality of professionalism, ethics, and adventure throughout my work.
In my free time, I’m an avid trail runner, cyclist, skier, and ice-cream eater. My favorite
If you’d like to work together, are curious about liscencing, or want to learn more about my work, say hello at firstname.lastname@example.org.