Orion Owens is a fine art photographer from San Diego, California. His unique approach to photography explores the limits of emerging aerial imaging technologies and their relationship to human creativity and physical accessibility. Owens’ abstract and starkly captivating work reveals the similarities between environmental transformation and the process of human rehabilitation throughout time and space. Themes of perception, psychedelia, and environmentalism run throughout Owens’ work and offer the viewer an opportunity to wander amongst the details of each abstract landscape.

Owens’ work embraces an adaptive approach towards image making and serves as a testament to the abilities and capabilities of the high functioning quadriplegic community. A core element of Owens’ practice involves encouraging other individuals with similar spinal cord injuries to pursue creative endeavors that assist and enhance the rehabilitation process.

Prior to his work as an aerial photographer, Owens’ work focused primarily on landscape and action sports. His work has been featured in nationally televised commercials, printed advertisements and in fine art galleries. He has collaborated with brands such as Apple, Microsoft, and Billabong and been featured in publications such as Surfing Magazine. 

"On a mission to heal myself and others, and to bring beauty to the world through my art"


Photos are printed on archival luster paper through a Chromira printing process. The Chromira process embeds color directly into the paper for guaranteed longevity and quality. Deep blacks and a wide color gamut will ensure that your artwork is the most captivating element for any space in your home or office.

Each handmade frame is fabricated with the highest quality standards in Los Angeles, California. Each frame features a minimalistic design with a .25” face and 2” depth.

*Prints as a borderless acrylic face mount also available. If you choose this option prints are float mounted on an acid free 1/4 inch acrylic plate and framed straight to the edge of the image without a white border.


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