Over 2 months I walked the settlement along its boundaries, reading and rereading Walking , “to regard man (us) as … More
She rejoices in illusion. Whoso destroys it in himself and others, him she punishes with the sternest tyranny. Whoso follows her in faith, him she takes as a child to her bosom. from Goethe’s Nature.
Photographs from the Gulf of Mexico taken near the site of the BP Horizon spill- feeding migratory seabirds.
Archival Pigment Printed Color and B&W Photographs on Somerset Book. Letterpress printed Somerset Book cover. Handbound.
Printed at the Penland School of Craft while instructing the 2016 Spring Books & Paper Concentration.
Edition of 1
*10% from the sale of this book will go to The Nature Conservancy’s oyster bed restoration program in Alabama.
Between experience and the lens- A record of anthromes in 18 volumes of photographs and discreet poems. Archival Pigment Printed … More
Beginning in January 2014 I set out to document the time I spent in wilderness over the
year as act of ecological reconnection and to mark the 50th anniversary of the passing of the
Twelve Days is the record of that time.
A look beyond experience. Photographs from infrared cameras placed on family property in Washington County North Carolina by Christopher Davenport. … More
Acceptance and resignation as contemporary ecological narratives of extinction. Letterpress printed handwritten listing of all known extinct birds as of … More
Perceptual moral challenge to expectation and ecological conditioning through a selection of extinct birds and the traps used to capture … More
Repetition and image/text variant as phenomenological events equal to moments unreasoned and discovered. Cover is contemporary media chatter: August, 2013, … More
Public in private space, sacred in profane, backyard and front doors, and engendered hospitality. Offset printed photographs from film negatives … More