World renowned light artist Gerry Hofstetter is an extraordinary illuminator with enormous insight and vision. He transforms buildings, monuments, and natural beauty spots into contemporary works of art. Across the globe he has shone his talent on the grandest scale onto the world’s most treasured buildings, monuments and natural formations. Among his life-long projects is a desire to illuminate each of the world’s greatest monuments and sacred spaces.
He has illuminated famous landmarks such as Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate, the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Sphinx and the Great Pyramid at Giza. Also among his extraordinary works are natural settings such as the Matterhorn in his native Switzerland, the White Cliffs of Dover along the English Channel, and gigantic icebergs in Antarctica.
Hofstetter has lit some of the world’s most beautiful churches, including Mont St. Michel in France and San Marco in Venice—and now America’s Gothic jewel, Washington's National Cathedral.
Canon EOS 20D |
Original size: 3504x2336 |
Current: 800x534 |