Aspen might have had a lighter than usual snowfall this past winter, but they did have ICE, Daniel’s new gallery exhibit, from December 14 to February 18, 2013 at Quintenz & Company. ICE showed a glimpse of melting ice-scapes from around both polar circles and British Columbia. Many of the photos were from an expedition to the Arctic to document the decline in summer sea ice in September 2012, when it was measured to reach its smallest minimum (summer) extant since satellite observation began in the 1970s.
The prints at the show – up to 48″x72″ – were produced by the excellent folks at Toronto Image Works, who also make prints for Daniel’s SPILL exhibits. They look fabulous and we hope you get a chance to see them in person!
Below, Daniel talks a bit about his approach to photographing ICE.