These images are part of an ongoing body of work that looks at humans in nature.
I believe humans are a part of nature and wilderness and are inseparable from it. It is where we come from; and as ecology has shown there are inextricable symbiotic links between flora and fauna and ecological processes that have evolved through millennia to create the world of life that we are a part of today.
What has emerged in my images over the last decade is the intimacy of life and land. I look beyond the seductive and picturesque landscapes for the honest, quirky, and sincere in the world; however difficult or un-pretty- so we can begin to recognize and appreciate the intimacy in our own personal landscapes.
Abandoned trailer by the old cemetery
Coyote & deerskins
Down by the river
Outdoor shower (post-Irene)
Power line tree
Through the brambles
Fences along the Intevale in winter
Baby’s first Ski Jump
Old railroad bridge
Sunday on the Pamet
Water dancing (East)