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    The Forest for The Trees installation

    Photographed over the course of two years in the deep south, The Forest for the Trees is both a meditation on light and an exploration of the atmosphere that envelopes the south after dark. For so long, I resisted shooting landscapes as I felt uncomfortable documenting what was in front of me without being able to add to the already rich conversation of landscape photography.

    Throughout my career, I have always tried to let my work be an extension of my physical as well as emotional vocabulary. Authenticity is terribly important to me, and to that extent I am not sure I could have taken these photographs until now. For some, it takes a long time to learn how to see in the dark and perhaps these nocturnal landscapes are as much about the deep south as as they are a contemplation of my own life.

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The Forest for The Trees installation

Photographed over the course of two years in the deep south, The Forest for the Trees is both a meditation on light and an exploration of the atmosphere that envelopes the south after dark. For so long, I resisted shooting landscapes as I felt uncomfortable documenting what was in front of me without being able to add to the already rich conversation of landscape photography.

Throughout my career, I have always tried to let my work be an extension of my physical as well as emotional vocabulary. Authenticity is terribly important to me, and to that extent I am not sure I could have taken these photographs until now. For some, it takes a long time to learn how to see in the dark and perhaps these nocturnal landscapes are as much about the deep south as as they are a contemplation of my own life.

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