Justin Brice (b. 1974) is an American artist whose large scale photographs explore the themes of ecology and time.
His projects take inspiration from wanderlust surrealists poets, 19th Century American landscape painters, classical Chinese scroll painting, NASA satellite imagery, globalization, climate change and biology.
Brice regularly employs hyper-focal or hyper-axis techniques in his imagery to create the illusion of a dimensionless, perspective-less, timeless space that disorientates the viewer, making the image an almost Zen like vehicle of contemplation.
Born and raised in Maplewood, NJ, and a resident of Asia for nearly two decades, he currently splits his time between Taipei and New York City.