Condensation

. Condensation . Explore the series here. Get the catalog here. . . All photographs are about light. The great majority of photographs record light as a way of describing objects in space. A few photographs are more about the spaces they represent than the objects within those spaces. Still, fewer photographs are about light itself. . Time, space, light. All the things this work is about are ultimately missing from the final product – the print. Put it in a dark room and there will still be no light. Touch it and you’ll find it’s flat. Consider it for an extended time; you’ll change but it won’t. Curiously, these conspicuous absences within the print make what’s missing more intensely felt. How does absence make something more clearly experienced? Perhaps...

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A Call To Connection

. There's something mysterious about many of the images you are about to see.   Unaltered images look altered. Altered images look unaltered.   It's a sign of the times. How do we know what we know?   Is seeing believing? Is believing seeing?   Perhaps the questions are more important than the answers because they start a never-ending process of inquiry.   This work is a quest for perspective. It's an inquiry into possibilities.   This work dissolves boundaries in an attempt to find new possibilities. This is an important time for photography, the most influential visual medium in history. We've seen more change to the medium in the past decade than we've seen in its entire 150-year history. Change is not new to photography. It has always changed and been an agent for change. Photography itself was an experiment and...

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Antarctica

  . Antarctica Facts February 2007 . Antarctica is composed of two geologically distinct parts bridged by a vast iceshelf, the larger East Antarctica is a large sheet of continental crust (roughly the size of the United States) exposed only at the coastline and in the 2000 mile long Transantarctic Mountainss covered by an ice sheet averaging 1.6 miles thick and the smaller West Antarctica a cluster of smaller blocks of continental crust and an Andean-like chain of mountains forming the Antarctic Peninsula covered by the West Antarctic sheet (13% of the Antarctic ice sheet), most of which is grounded below sea level, down to 1.5 miles below sea level. Antarctica abounds with unique geographies. Lake Vostok, buried under 11,000 feet of ice, is the...

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