In late 2020 and 2021, I began work on a Solargraph Project covering Morris County and proximate areas with the following project statement in mind:
Capture our emergence from winter 2020-2021 in Morris County by photographing the sun’s movement from solstice-to-solstice.
2020 was a challenging year in many ways. This project aims to track our time as the days get brighter & brighter throughout 2021. Most solargraphs were placed around the Winter Solstice of 2021 and retrieved in June, July, and August of 2021.
2 July 2021 Update: Drew University did a lovely write-up of the project on their stories page here.
17 July 2021 Update: The Museum of Early Trades and Crafts in Madison, NJ were kind enough to host the project at their Discovery Day!
19 August 2021 Update: The Morris Museum featured several images from the project for 2021 World Photography Day.
7 December 2021 Update: LOKL cafe in Morristown is hosting prints from this project, and held an art opening in the cafe on 10 December.
31 March 2022 Update: The Washington Township Library hosted a hands-on solargraph workshop and project retrospective in late March, 2022. Mark Kitchin of the Observer Tribune wrote a summary of it here.
We were featured again in the cover image from Morris NewsBee again for the last MMIM event in late August as well.
If you’re interested in purchasing prints of any of the Morris County Solargraphs, please reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.