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A NEED FOR CHANGE

Over time I have become more and more conscious of the problems that we, as individuals and as communities, are creating for ourselves, for each other. Part of our problem is that we do not understand how our actions can or will create world changes, sometimes well in the future.

We are an integral part of nature, not above it as so many have thought and continue to think. Our species is the only one that can consciously determine their impact on our world. But as the only ones that can make those choices, we have to make the right choices.

To me, as a photographer and writer, it is a matter of course that one way I can help is to show what we have, the beauty around us, some from nature and some that we created. Then I can talk about it, try to let others know what we will lose, how what we see might be destroyed, some naturally and some as a consequence of our actions. We need to make changes. This is where I start.


A GRAND VIEW

WATER THROUGH TIME

Time and water created a beautiful and awe inspiring place with majestic vistas that can change dramatically, sometimes within a few minutes.
SEE AMERICA

SEE AMERICA

This poster collection takes inspiration from the original designs created by talented artist during the Great Depression as part of the Work Projects Administration and the New Deal under Franklin D. Roosevelt.