Snake River Discovered - Kirk Anderson
Snake River Discovered by Kirk Anderson
This must have coffee table book is a photographic exploration of 1200 miles following the Snake River from its source in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, across the Snake River Plain of Idaho, into North America's deepest gorge, Hells Canyon, bordering Oregon and eventually crossing the fertile plains of Washington State to its confluence with the Columbia River.
Kirk chases the elusive elements of weather, season, and breathtaking locations through four states and over four years to produce a photographic monologue celebrating the largest river in the American West.
Kirk Anderson calls the Rocky Mountains home. He has been photographing the American West since 1974, constantly observing the many moods of this dramatic landscape. The inspiration for Kirk's work is found in the raw elements of nature. He is always looking for the essential elements of light, season, and weather to work their magic. Kirk's current projects take him to many beautiful and inspiring locations around the globe. His new work includes waterside studies of docks, jetties, wharfs, and even Victorian Piers in the UK. Future release dates to be announced. A select group of corporate clients utilize Kirk's unique vision when scheduling and travel allow.
Kirk resides in Ketchum, Idaho with his wife, Hillary, and their lab, Blue.