The beauty of a landscape isn’t so important to me. My Sea Level photographs are consistent with much of my other work in that they show a landscape that has been compromised – either by environmental factors or by a connection to a past narrative, or disrupted by surface interventions and flaws. The landscapes in my photographs are not casual […]
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