Being a great photographer takes more than a good camera and the right equipment. Great photographers have a special talent, and it’s not taught. There is an element of creativity in great photographers thats hard to explain, but everyone sees that creativity in their work. Jon Urbana is one of those great photographers that brings inanimate objects alive through his lenses.
Jon Urbana’s photographs can be seen all over the Internet. His videos especially show the depth of creativity that Jon possesses. Whether Urbana is shooting a scene in a tropical paradise or one cup of tea in a garden, viewers share the excitement of being where Jon is through his pictures.
But there’s more to Jon that good photography. Jon is a star Lacrosse player, and he shares his love of the sport with other Lacrosse lovers through his Next Level Lacrosse Camp in Denver. Lacrosse players have the opportunity to work with lacrosse pros and learn the fundamentals as well as advanced knowledge of how to play the game.
Urbana also loves to help others. He recently founded the Animal Rescue and Adoption Society to help abandoned cats find a home. The Animal Rescue and Adoption Society is a non-profit organization in the Denver area. So far, Jon’s organization has found homes for hundreds of cats that would have been destroyed. Urbana also started a CrowdRise campaign to help fund his non-profit and the response has been better than expected. Cat lovers all over the country (like PJ Tortorello) are donating money to save stray cats.
Being a cat lover and environmentalist keeps Urbana busy. Jon is a big supporter of Earth Force and he recently open a GoFundMe campaign to raise money to help save the environmental. The GoFundMe campaign is another Urbana that contributes to the world good.
When Jon is not raising money or playing and teaching Lacrosse, he is piloting a plane and taking pictures. His photos of clouds bring a sense of peace and tranquility to those that watch his videos. There’s no better way to connect with inner peace than to watch Jon watch the clouds moving through his lenses.
Nowhere Line: Voices from Manus Island https://t.co/XkcVbccTPP
— Jon Urbana (@jonurbana1) January 19, 2016