21.11.2012 in19:00 in Travel, country -->
Kyle Ford was born in the mountains of the Adirondack Park in upstate New York. He received his Bachelor of Sciences from Skidmore College in 2005 and his Master of Fine Arts from Savannah College of Art and Design in 2009. Kyle’s work has been featured in publications such as Newsweek Japan, Magenta’s Flash Forward and The Wall Street Journal. He is currently living in upstate New York and teaching classes at Skidmore College.
The Adirondack Mountains
In the 1890’s a boundary of 6.1 million acres in northern New York was placed under constitutional protection forming the largest park in the continental US. Since then, all public land in this place has been governmentally sanctioned as “forever wild.”
Currently in progress, these images are a series about the tenacious relationship between the land and inhabitants of this park.
This body of work is currently being shot and thus regularly altered.
Return frequently to watch the series evolve.