Vice Magazine Vol. 15 No. 5  Cathy Marshall, a New Zealand–born photographer living in Melbourne, Australia, focuses primarily on fashion and portraiture. Her project, "Into Death Valley," explores the boredom and more mundane aspects of everyday life for those who live and work in the California desert, which boasts the highest temperature ever recorded on Earth. There, she captured the timelessness and nothingness of such a remote land—a place, she says, that makes it seem like the rest of the world doesn't exist.  —Elizabeth Renstrom  Photo Editor, Vice

Vice Magazine
Vol. 15 No. 5

Cathy Marshall, a New Zealand–born photographer living in Melbourne, Australia, focuses primarily on fashion and portraiture. Her project, "Into Death Valley," explores the boredom and more mundane aspects of everyday life for those who live and work in the California desert, which boasts the highest temperature ever recorded on Earth. There, she captured the timelessness and nothingness of such a remote land—a place, she says, that makes it seem like the rest of the world doesn't exist.

—Elizabeth Renstrom
Photo Editor, Vice

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 Vice Magazine Vol. 15 No. 5  Cathy Marshall, a New Zealand–born photographer living in Melbourne, Australia, focuses primarily on fashion and portraiture. Her project, "Into Death Valley," explores the boredom and more mundane aspects of everyday life for those who live and work in the California desert, which boasts the highest temperature ever recorded on Earth. There, she captured the timelessness and nothingness of such a remote land—a place, she says, that makes it seem like the rest of the world doesn't exist.  —Elizabeth Renstrom  Photo Editor, Vice
Cathy_USA_death valley hotel rooms 001.jpg
Cathy_USA_Kids swimming in Furnace Creek pool 001.jpg
Cathy_USA_death valley_yellow car and tyre marks 001.jpg
Cathy_USA_lady walking into toilet block Death Valley 001.jpg
Cathy_USA_man holding piece of straw 001.jpg
Cathy_USA_General store in Death Valley 001.jpg
cathy_USA_Death Valley Red Truck 001.jpg
Cathy_USA_couple taking photo of Coyote 001.jpg
Cathy_USA_Artist Point 001.jpg

Vice Magazine
Vol. 15 No. 5

Cathy Marshall, a New Zealand–born photographer living in Melbourne, Australia, focuses primarily on fashion and portraiture. Her project, "Into Death Valley," explores the boredom and more mundane aspects of everyday life for those who live and work in the California desert, which boasts the highest temperature ever recorded on Earth. There, she captured the timelessness and nothingness of such a remote land—a place, she says, that makes it seem like the rest of the world doesn't exist.

—Elizabeth Renstrom
Photo Editor, Vice

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