Welcome to Everglades Imagery, a webpage devoted to exploring the Florida Everglades through photography. This project originated as an Honors Thesis while I was a student at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine. Since I graduated in May 2006, the project has continued to evolve.
For the first half of 2005 I lived in Flamingo, Florida, within Everglades National Park and worked full time conducting a photographic survey of the Florida Everglades. I used this website to chronicle my experience both through a daily weblog and weekly newsletter. This site also showcases the photographs I took while in residence and provides current updates on the status of the project.
The second phase of the project began when I returned to Bowdoin in the Fall of 2005 for my senior year. During this time, I wrote a series of essays that were paired with my photographs. This book of photography and essays was submitted in May 2006 as my Honors Project and its completion coincided with graduation.
In addition to the book, I had a solo exhibition of 120 photographs during February 2006 at Bowdoin College. The show was well recieved and garnered press and visitors from across southern and midcoast Maine. The exhibition was also awarded the College's Richard F. Martel Jr. Memorial Prize.
Today, I am continuing to work with this project and the photographs. I am currently dedicated to publishing my book and traveling the exhibition to additional venues. Upcoming announcements and updates will be posted here and through my newsletters.
Thank you very much for stopping in to see my work. Take a few minutes to look through the photographs, learn about this endangered ecosystem, and read about my residency in the weblog and newsletter archives. Please come back regularly as I continue to update this site.