Icelandic landscapes and Arctic changes
Through these photographs, and through my work in general, I strive to showcase the beauty of the natural world, while raising awareness of the fragility of many regions and species. My photographs of the Arctic fox show the animal's incredible resilience in its natural habitat—a habitat that, like a myriad of regions in the Arctic, is experiencing the combined threats of climate change, tourism, pollution and urbanization.
In Iceland, I saw many examples of humans and animals coexisting, and humans respecting nature and using it sustainably. I think it is possible to preserve the beauty and diversity of the Arctic, and I set out through my work to show why it is worth preserving.
10 photographs from this series are currently showing at the Minneapolis Bouldering Project in Minneapolis.
Prints come in two sizes, 16 x 20 and 20 x 30 inches. Size and price indicated when clicking on photographs. Framed prints are only available for pick up at the Minneapolis Bouldering Project or for deliveries in the Twin Cities.
Send me an email if you are interested in a size not in stock or for any other information. This is an open edition.