My images explore themes that include the natural world, man made objects, and the intersection of human presence in the landscape. I live in a small town in Newfoundland Canada.
For me, landscape photography includes, but isn’t limited to magnificent light on iconic natural landforms. Photography doesn’t always need to be about the literal nature of a central subject either.
“A landscape photograph is a particular species of place-making. Whether the subject is an Amazon rainforest, a field of wheat on the Great Plains, a suburban street in Los Angeles, or a hidden corner of Central Park in New York City, the photograph makes the claim that the space described within the boundaries of the frame is, perhaps only for the instant of exposure, a place. “ -Frank Gohlke