About the Book
In 2004, I left Drew University and set off join the real world. Unfortunately, that was proving to be quite difficult and I landed a job as an environmental educator at a nature center in northern New Jersey. It was fun and delayed the inevitable, so for the four years after college, I kept with the industry, teaching ecology and introducing the great outdoors to students in Alabama, Illinois, and Maine.
During that time, I seized every opportunity to photograph the world around me and develop my technique and style. This book is a portfolio, over 180 of my best images from the Fall of 2004 until December 31, 2007. I hope that you will enjoy the visual recount of my adventures, and that these images may stimulate you to get into the wild and have your own.
Features & Details
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date Oct 21, 2010
- Tags Sipsey Wilderness, Bankhead National Forest, White Mountains, New Hampshire, new england, Matthew Singer, North Carolina, united states, Maine, northeast, photography, scenery, mountains, nature, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Alabama, south, southeast, travel, Illinois, Chicago
Matthew is a naturalist and educator who has worked all over the country. Currently he is in Moscow, Idaho as a graduate student in the University of Idaho's biology department. Matt was first introduced to photography when he picked up his parents' fully manual Minolta SRT-201 almost 15 years ago. Since then, he has developed into a great photographer who specializes in capturing the essence and beauty of the natural world. Matt is still improving his skills behind the camera and he will continue to show off his work on the internet, through books, and by selling prints.