12 imagesAt the Edge presents landscapes of the Antarctic Peninsula as seen from the water. Using black and white film, the series was photographed with a plastic lensed Holga panoramic camera. The film was processed using a unique positive reversal process (DR-5) which generated the warm brown tones. As one of the most beautiful and dramatic places on earth, the mountainous glaciated region is also one of the most climate threatened. Inspired by Frank Hurley's photographs of Antarctic icebergs, At the Edge used the warm tones of the film process to speak to the unknown threats caused by climate change.
15 imagesAntarctica is a special place. No place on earth is colder, drier or more remote than Antarctica, and few places on earth are more beautiful. Here rocky mountain faces rise out of the ice along the edge of the water and produce one of the most astonishing landscapes in the world. With the exception of research stations and tourist ships, Antarctica is a world without human beings. Antarctica remoteness has protected the landscapes and the wildlife—until now. Icescapes speaks to the haunting beauty of ice, sky and water, and to questions of Antarctica’s uncertain future in a warming world.
16 imagesPhotography means light writing, a term that compounds two Greek words, photos for light and graphein meaning to write. The term links the core element of the medium to an expressive engagement with light, and challenges each practitioner to meet the precision and poetry of the term’s formation. Light on Water engages light emotionally and aesthetically. Each photograph records how light travels through clouds and across the surfaces of water and highlights those moments when the poetry is light is most alive in us emotionally.
5 imagesIn Sky-scapes the camera lens is pointed upward at the bleeding of clouds, sky and the tops of mountains and ridges. Part land, part sky, these compositions highlight the visual qualities of weather and challenge visually challenge the boundaries of sky and ground.