Edward Burtynsky’s photographs are the industrial landscape sublime.

A one picture analysis of Edward Burtynsky; discussing his work in relation to Edmund Burke’s treatise on the sublime, with a comparison to De Loutherbourg’s ‘An Avalanche in the Alps’. 


A brief history of the New Topographics movement with a critique of my own landscape work alongside Robert Adams, Stephen Shore, John Davies and Joe Cornish.

The ecological discovery of humpback whale song combined with the popularity of photography lead to the modern conservation movement.

An in depth study of the effects that photography and science combined had on the world-wide campaign ‘Save the Whale’, which later became  –  ‘Save the Earth’.

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