I visited Iceland in fall 2008, inspired by its midnight sun, northern lights, and thermal baths. Since then, I’ve returned each year, discovering a new part of the country. The photographs in this series (2008-2011) is a portrait of Iceland’s varied landscapes. They are of glaciers, farmland, waterfalls, fjords, black-sand beaches, icebergs, valleys, and geothermal mountains. They document Iceland’s physical attributes, but also capture its intangible quality: the quiet, ethereal, and otherworldly sense one feels while in its landscape.
Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY