Edition of 7 - giclée print on cotton paper
Images from the depth of the forest
Summer is at its peak. In the depth of the forest, leaves are growing big and luxurious. It’s the most vital, unrestrained time of the year. These natural objects, both bodies and leaves, are free, unapologetic symbols. There is no sexual shame, or Adam’s prudery in this forest. There’s only a vibrant celebration of life. It’s a magic moment when nature and nurture unite and triumph over darkness.
His consistent aesthetics conjure the magical and the enchanted. Drawing on the contrasting subtleties of precise lighting with the endless night in the background, the photos become surreal compositions, and present luminescent visions. “I use the leaves and the bodies to build a shrine and worship the now, says Greg, “because there is only now. Life is climaxing.”