Jeanne Kramer-Smyth

Joined May 2014

I photograph the edges between nature and human influence, drawing attention to the beauty ignored by most as they walk through the world.

I am fascinated by the intersection of the human-made and natural world. My photographs examine the micro-landscape of the ground beneath our feet. Humans build streets and sidewalks. We paint lines and demarcate spaces. Mother nature pushes back, eating away at concrete and cracking pavement — adding leaves and acorns. I photograph the edges: both the edges between and the edges we ignore. I magnify this interplay of nature and human influence, drawing attention to the beauty ignored by most as they walk through the world.

I don’t stage my photographs – I seek only to capture what I see.

  • Joined: May 2014
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