Capture Integration write up of Coal + Ice Exhibition
Capture Integration blog
Thank you to the good people at Capture Integration in Atlanta for their kind words about my work in the Coal + Ice exhibition in Washington DC at the Kennedy Center.
“Impactful Work, Invaluable Client
Nothing makes us happier than to see our clients work adorn gallery walls. However, Cameron Davidson’s work at the Coal + Ice Exhibition evokes more for the CI family than just pride in our dear friends mastery of photography. Davidson’s imagery documenting the mountain removals of West Virginia are amongst some work of over 40 photographers displayed at the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts. It aims at bringing light to the impacts of climate change, as well as paying tribute to the resilience of humankind.
The first group of projections present coal miners from across the world—their work, their lives, and their struggles—from the distant past to the present. At the center of the exhibition, large-scale panoramas show landscapes altered by coal mining and climate change, including the vanishing glaciers of the Himalaya, melting polar ice, and devastation caused by hurricanes and floods. Exiting the vast landscapes, the final series of projections show humans facing the consequences of climate change, including droughts, floods, wildfires, and forced migration. It’s an honor to have clients like Davidson that contribute to such impactful work.”
The rest of the piece can be read at: https://www.captureintegration.com/ci-client-in-the-news-cameron-davidson/
If you are interested in medium-format cameras, the Capture Integration in Atlanta is the place to start your journey. They offer fantastic customer service, fair prices, stellar support and a wide-range of products. My rep is Steve Hendrix and also Dave Gallagher, (the owner). Super nice people. In the past I purchased a Leaf Credo back from them and several other goodies for my ALPA camera system. Traded in a digital Hasselblad and bought part of my Fujifilm GFX kit from them.
Check out the Coal and Ice website for more information about this immersive exhibit dedicated to helping people understand the impact of climate change.