New York Times T Magazine commissioned Trujillo/Paumier to shoot the remote fishing villages of Newfoundland, Canada and the wild Atlantic salmon that are abundant in its surrounding waters.
We caught up with Brian Paumier for a few words about his experience spending time with the fishermen that reside in such a remote part of the world:
“The people of Newfoundland are some of the most interesting I’ve ever met in my travels. Really honest, trustworthy. I was most inspired by their survival and endurance – they eat everything from seal and moose, to caribou and raw scallops. Anything it takes to survive living in the wilderness. These people have great respect for nature.”
Read the full article on the New York Times Magazine site.
You can see more of Trujillo/Paumier’s work on the Levine/Leavitt site.