From tragic myth to existential horror, from superhero to antihero, the other threatens and delights us, seduces and enlightens us.
The concept of self requires other as its counterpart. The more we are absorbed in self, the more we need an other, another.
Maasai after the shoot
Life’s warm gleamBrown fur, brown fleshBrown feather, Wood Polished, polished eyeNext to gold In splendorIn loss.
Akamba Cooperative, near Mombasa, Kenya
Sea Lion Cave, Washington, USA
Coyote, Nevada, USA
Rhinos, Lake Nakuru, Kenya
Wet ground, cold rockDry bloodFoilSpaceCryNot, as we were taught, an absenceA veilOver everything
Above Earth, 2016
Indian House Crow
The Green Leap
Jeckyll Island, Georgia, USA 2018
Honeymoon Island Storm, Florida, USA
Reclaimed Celery Fields
Outside Las Vegas, USA
Northwestern Rainforest, USA 2016
Western Ireland, 2016
Eating Treetops, after a storm downed acacias at Lake Navashi
Bristle-crowned Starling, Baringo Cliffs, Kenya
Prickly Pear Paddle, Florida, USA
Sitka Spruce, Washington, USA 2016
Albizia lebbeck, Indian Silk tree, Woman’s tongue
Wall Writing Bamboo