Rather than making images of the landscape, I make images with the landscape. This is a simple notion: giving the Earth itself agency, an opportunity to display her vitality through the photographic process.
These images are created with photosensitive materials, the natural world, and moonlight. No camera is involved in the creation of these works. Large pieces of black-and-white paper and full strips of film are immersed in the Saw Kill River, wrapping around surrounding plants and decaying trees, exposing in moonlight, and developed on site.
I hope you find these images to be as humbling, wild, alive, and beautiful as I have found them to be. And not because my hand is in them, but because the river is speaking to you.