About my photography
I have had the opportunity to travel in search of magical images.
I have gone specifically to document the beauty of the locations – the sculptural, crystalline feel of ice, the quiet drama of the desert, the energy and isolation of the sea, the life of the land. While these images are not meant to to be didactic or political, I have captured slices of time that can never repeat and scenes that may never be approximated again. Light and weather change. Ice melts. Sand shifts. Tides rise and fall.
I invite you to make the journey and to find the beauty, the mood, and the context that works for you.
Photo by Zan Turvey
Sam Krisch is a Roanoke, Virginia based fine art photographer known for his dramatic landscapes and whimsical and experimental iPhone photo-graphs.
He has exhibited throughout the United States at museums, universities, art centers, and commercial galleries.
He has also curated photographic exhibitions at the Taubman Museum in Roanoke, Virginia, where he is Adjunct Curator of Art for Photography.
He teaches workshops in digital photography at his studio in Roanoke and throughout the United States. He also teaches workshops in iPhone photography and creativity and has directed community art ventures.
Krisch is well regarded for his iPhone work, including a recent publication of an iPhone portfolio in Photograph magazine, and awards and exhibitions in juried shows in New York, Denver, Miami, Lynchburg, Virginia and Modesto, California.
He received his B. A. from Harvard University in History, an M.A.L.S. in Humanities, and an M. A. in Film Studies and Screenwriting from Hollins University.
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