Making photographs comes from a deep-in-the-blood-and-bones impulse to see, feel, and respond. Beyond the mere surface of things, I like to dive into the personal rivers that allow us to live, breathe, and have our being.
To see is one of those great gifts I need to remember to never forget. This implies not imposing an intellectual hierarchy on what I choose to make photographs of or about.
The Barn at Halo Hill Farm, Harvard, IL 2017. CAT Ganson, model
Before the 8th grade dance, Woodstock, IL
Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA
At Sally Mann's Farm, Three Graces, Lexington, VA, 2012.
Waterville Valley, NH
Portrait of Jeff Lieberman, MIT Museum, Cambridge, MA
New London, CT
Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, NH
Harvard, IL 2017
At Abbot's Lagoon, CA 2017
Halo Hill Farm, Harvard, IL 2016
At Halo Hill Farm, Harvard, IL. The day Keara shaved her eyebrows and we replaced them with Baby's Breath.
Harvard, IL 2016
Campton, NH 2005
Woods alongside the River Merrimack, North Chelmsford, MA 2015.
Woodstock, NY at the home of Gioia Timpanelli and Kenneth Barricklo
CAT & Arthur Ganson at the Halo Hill Farm Barn, Wearing Cynthia Ashby; Harvard, IL. Summer, 2017.
Self-portrait with friend and artist John Borstel! NH, 2006
With Helen at Halo Hill Farm, Harvard, IL. Wearing Cynthia Ashby
Cory Wearing my father's WWII Uniform. Halo Hill Farm, Harvard, IL 2016.
Self portrait made by holding the bulb shutter release in my hand. Campton, NH Studio. 2002.
Halo Hill Farm Studios, Harvard, IL 2017
With Keara. Harvard, IL 2014.