Holladay artist’s global exposure shapes worldview through the lens of a camera

From photographing regal lions in Kenya to gentle elephants near Kruger National Park in South Africa, Skyline High School student Laszlo Otis-Pasternak captures wildlife moments through the lens of his camera, each frame encapsulating the beauty and vulnerability of the natural world. 

“I believe my photos can play a part in raising awareness of nature’s challenges,” Otis-Pasternak said. “The thought that my photography could contribute to wildlife conservation in some way is an awesome feeling.”

Recognized for his captivating wildlife photography, Otis-Pasternak has been selected by the Holladay Arts Council as the June 2024 Artist of the Month, an acknowledgment of his talent and artistic creativity in photography.

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