Mysteries of Manteo presents a series of fine art photographs inspired by Manteo, which is a part of the Outer Banks region of North Carolina. Manteo was the locale of one of histories most important unsolved mysteries, The Lost Colony. In this book, I have tried to capture the feel of mystery as represented by the marshes, forests and sounds of the town. Note that this is not a travelogue.
James M. Hunt is an environmental, nature and fine art photographer in Worcester and Westborough, Massachusetts. Through his work, he attempts to tell important but often overlooked stories about the environment, its beauty, meaning and fragility. He is a graduate of the Photography Program of the Center for Digital Imaging Arts at Boston University and has also studied at the International Center of PHotography and the Maine Media Workshops. James is also associate profssor of management and former chair of the management division of Babson College where he studies the impact of personal reflection on career development and leadership, and the use of digital media in story telling. He received a doctorate in Business Administration from the Boston University School of management.