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He is interested in photographing the landscape as a way meditate on one’s personal and family histories, and how current and historical social, economic and environmental issues, alter the way one traverses and sees the world in front of them.

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Eric got the job since Roger Marshall was a long-shot candidate, a doctor. On the road, Eric's been getting advice from his dad on how to stick to a personal budget. And he's been trying to get his father and his brother to listen to some very old music-- Kris Kristofferson; The Eagles; Fleetwood Mac; oh, and Elvis.Then again, that puts a heavy burden on the photographer, and the historian to present an unbiased and “truthful” account of the events they are documenting. That our information is unbiased, uninfluenced and impartial, presented for us to be consumed as fact. My first observation was how foreign all of these place felt.Were the first photographs of the American West taken to show the physical, and unsullied natural beauty, or were the photographers commissioned by the railroad barons to bring the masses west and make them a fortune in the process. A William Henry Jackson photograph of the Yosemite Valley taken in the 19th century presents this landscape as some idyllic, Eden like, untouched Utopia, a place to create a national park and preserve for future generations. I couldn’t place my- self with any of my own memories.I travel with my own bias and rules, but I try to be sensitive to what I don’t know.I create my own Monuments and watch others do the same.There are times when things are clear and straight to the point, and other times to be confused, uncertain, and lost.

Emile is a Macedonian-Australian and African-American dual-citizen and photographer.

Of course, the Yohhe’meti that had inhabited and held the Awani sacred for thousands of years were excluded from these photographs. There might be ashes here and there, and of course “Wow” moments where I’d succumb to the intensity of what I was seeing.

So was the systematic genocide being committed on them by settlers and the government. The second part was seeing how quickly others seemed to navigate these spaces.

Anything between Los Angeles and Austin was worth visiting. People seemed more concerned with the photograph they were taking on their i Phone, than their own direct experience.

Everything was being mediated through an LCD screen of some description.

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