Article by Euna Park
In 2005, photographer Oliver Klink left the corporate world to focus solely on photography. Born and raised in the Swiss Alps, Klink has always had a heartfelt appreciation for nature. His extensive travels allowed him to discover and appreciate what was in front of his eyes.
“From [an] early age, I vividly recall the smell of the ink, the paper flying through Heidelberg presses and flipping through books my dad printed,” Klink told weather.com. “I started as a large-format analog photographer and was in awe with the quality of the images and the prints.”
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