Beautiful Killer – Brazilian Pepper

For one month, I lived in Florida’s Big Cypress National Preserve, a 729,000 acre swamp area that is vital to the sustenance of the Everglades. While there, I created a series of photographs that were displayed as a solo exhibition at the park’s Visitor Center during its peak of visitation. The exhibition drew attention toContinue reading “Beautiful Killer – Brazilian Pepper”

From the Big Cypress National Preserve Collection

The 729,000 acres of Florida’s Big Cypress Swamp feed its fresh water into the neighboring Everglades, which is essential to the health of the rich marine estuaries. The swamp is home to a diversity of plant and wildlife communities. A spartan government dormitory, just steps away from the swamp, served as my home for aContinue reading “From the Big Cypress National Preserve Collection”