Hydrothermal is my tribute to Yellowstone National Park and my latest series listed on Foundation via Transient Labs. I have been working on this collection of images from Yellowstone for the last four years and am excited to finally share them with the world! This is my lowest priced series of 1/1s to date as I wanted to make them affordable to reach a broader audience. Each piece will start at .185 ETH. See all details below…
I fell in love with intimate portraits of thermal pools over four years ago, and spend time each summer in Yellowstone focusing on the small details in geothermal features. Time doesn’t exist as as I sit on the boardwalk near a thermal pool finding different angles and patterns to capture. Each piece tells its own story and it has taken me several months to go through over 1,000 images and pick the ten I love the most.
I am known for my passion for conservation and I often express this through my wildlife and landscape photography, which I will continue to do. However, for 2024, my focus is on my more abstract and minimalist collection of images. I spent the last quarter of 2023 putting this series together and am excited to share them as a cohesive collection and showcase a different side of my art.
The conservation of 2,221,766 acres for wildlife in Yellowstone is because of the preservation of this region due to the geothermal features found here. It is why the park was established and it is the most concentrated area on the planet of geyers, hot springs, steam vents and mud pots. I have realized that I spend so much time in this region, I forget how incredibly unique it. You will not find anything like Yellowstone anywhere else in the world, and protecting this land benefits all.
“Yellowstone National Park preserves the most extraordinary collection of hot springs, geysers, mudpots, and fumaroles on Earth. More than 10,000 hydrothermal features are found here…Many of the bright colors found in Yellowstone’s hydrothermal basins come from thermophiles—microorganisms that thrive in hot temperatures. An abundance of individual microorganisms grouped together appear as masses of color.” – nps.gov/yellowstone
This series drops on 1.18.24 at 10 a.m. MST and includes ten of the above images.
Pieces include the following: