photography for wild-at-heart alaska + beyond
'We don't believe that photography is automatically art. Clay doesn't just become pottery. It has nothing to do with the supplies on hand: the camera, people, the flowers, textures, light, setting. It has to do with the artist. With the potter, sitting at her wheel, bent
over with purpose. Photography becomes art when someone has chosen to claim it, manipulate and fold it all together to form something new, out of the heart. Art is emotional and honest and raw and relatable. Art is a person. Not a thing.'