Blog: DDL

Supported by the John D. Mineck Furniture Fellowship we traveling across the entire country, coast to coast, in search of inspiration and adventure in North America’s western deserts. see how the time on the road and collaborations continue to unfold.

Here we are racing against the sunset to capture this entire arch with the gigapan. It took a while to hike in with the equipment, but it was defiantly worth it.

One of the most interesting visual phenomenon in Moab area was the way the sky’s intense blue was constrained in these arches. I wanted to flip that around by making the arch the center of the photo rather than the frame. It ends up being a different sort of horizon. I feel like most of the large photos we made in this project are about horizon, and that much of my attraction to the desert is exploring that complex horizon for myself!