Joel produces richly detailed silver gelatin photographs from large format film negatives. His images of serene forests and animals in sanctuary landscapes portray the interaction between animals and their human caregivers or rescuers.
Nancy photographs natural patterns made in the sand by the receding tide of the Pacific Ocean on volcanic beaches in Costa Rica.
Michael’s mission is to use his lens to capture the beauty of the landscapes and the cultures of the world.
Caroline photographs wild horses’ “ballet-like interplay” in western, high mountain deserts.
John takes photos using his Nikon D5, printed on Epson 9800 Pro. His images are finished with traditional frames, or on a large Plexiglass.
Richard brings the “usual” from the “unusual” by capturing the natural beauty of our world through various techniques to create ethereal images. He then prints his photographs onto a large format aluminum to intensify the colors and details.
Daniel works in black and white and colors in large format cameras. His work consists of primarily urban and natural landscapes that are sometimes rendered to abstraction.
Kousnsky’s art might be seen as a way for him to heal the world’s ills, large and small. In one part of his art practice, Kousnksy critiques social and political injustice. In the other, he fashions transcendent images of nature, and fantastic views of the city meant to jolt us out of our hectic, urban routines.
Through his photography, Tom tries to focus on the concept if peaceful places. On his journey as an artist, Tom has continued to explore new themes of work but always tries to keep a minimalist approach with his use of color, light, and shape to embody his idea that “less is more.”
Joanna captures the drama and dynamic breadth of the natural world to convey how civilization and wilderness are truly interconnected.
Mark shoots high-resolution action-sports type imagery at the Pipeline Masters Vans Surfing Contest in Oahu. His photographs are digitally enhanced onto archival paper and face-mounted to acrylic.
David’s work is a derivative of his commercial aerial photography. Altitude offers a unique perspective where he can observe repetitive patterns and unique structures that would not be seen from ground level.
The facets of cultural diversity, socioeconomic themes, history, and architecture informs Christos’s creative process and evolution. His work probes ideas of identity, connection, and isolation with a variety of environments. His images contrast between traditional and modern facets of life.
Low altitude aerial photography taken by a simple traditional kite to lift the camera into the sky.
David’s work focuses on wave art, ocean imagery, and seascapes. His wave imagery is captured by using waterproof Canon photography equipment. The focus of his work is centered around the movement of water combined with light.
Andrew chemically- alters black and white photographs from large format, traditional negatives.
As a surf photographer, Jonathan swims in the ocean to capture light and the texture of waves. All of his photos are then printed on aluminum.
Eric Black and white photographs are typically moody, vibrant landscapes bordering on minimalistic.
The Westport Downtown Merchants Association (WDMA) is a non-profit organization of merchants and landlords working together to improve the commerce and culture of downtown Westport, CT for the benefit of the community and the commercial interests in downtown Westport.