— Jim Casper
Imagine a completely modular world, one broken into individual, endlessly interchangeable units. This inventive series of horizon landscapes reflects on our increasingly subdivided environment.
The dramatic daily push-and-pull of ocean tides depicted in diptychs by UK photographermakes for some jaw-dropping wonder. The pairs of photos were made from the exact same vantage point, usually within 24 hours of each other. Winner 1st Prize, Portfolio Category, 2011 LensCulture Exposure Awards.
This "up close" series of portraits, made in the wild with packs of wolves, explores man's relation to the wolf and ultimately to himself.