Citizens of the Anthropocene

The result of man made climate change is that millions of people have been uprooted from their homes and are now on the move. These are the first citizens of the Anthropocene—we are all citizens of the anthropocene, but the people documented here are the first ones to feel the blunt impact of the new…

Selections From Everyday Climate Change

I began taking notes on my photos at the end of the day beginning in Fukushima, Japan. From those early notes, a project evolved in a series of little visual poems.  Having spent 15 years witnessing the violence that the changing climate has been responsible for in the most immediate of ways, when creating my…

Fighting for a Place at the Table

In 1999 barriers in the streets of Seattle went up as industry leaders and heads of state arrived in the city to negotiate economic and environmental policy, amongst other topics. Shut out from the process and left outside the fences was everyone else. Protests erupted. A global movement began and spread wherever there was a…

Once Home

Whether its down the street from my studio in New York or half way across the world in Japan, climate change is increasingly leaving abandoned communities along the world’s coasts. More than just blowing winds and rising waters, climate change intrudes into the interiors of our lives when it knocks the walls off our homes,…

Unknown Spring

Filmmaker Magazine: “Unknown Spring isn’t just a record of the physical damage done by the tsunami—it is both a chronicle of and testament to the Japanese people’s resilience and humanity in the face of unspeakable odds.” PDN: “These pictures touch the soul. They are beautiful in a sad way.” Kino-eye: “Unknown Spring, is a beautifully designed and moving…

The Invisible Season

Filmmaker Magazine: “The Invisible Season is an important addition to the canon of interactive docs on environmental and social issues….showing how ethical issues of ethnographic documentary that have existed since Robert Flaherty still inform nonfiction filmmaking as it pushes deeper into the digital age.” Funded in part by POV, The Invisible Season premiered at the52nd New York Film…

Meditation #2: The Sea

I stand in awe of it—its depth and immensity inspire wonder within me. I can watch it for hours, not looking away, just out and far into its vastness. As the tide encroaches on our cities and towns, I’ve also seen it take away communities and lives of people I love—and it’s nearly taken away…

Fine Art Prints for Purchase

Hand crafted fine art prints are available in a variety of sizes, papers and as sets. All prints are made with archival pigment inks and are printed on Canson, Innova and Hahnemuhle fine art papers.  Each print is signed on verso and comes with a certificate of authentication. Much of my environmental coverage is self funded….