The only team member based west of the continental divide, Kery lives in Grand County, Colorado where much of the water is diverted east to the Platte River Basin. As an avid boater of both whitewater and flat water, fly-fisherman, outdoor enthusiast, and long-time resident of the arid and growing west, the significance of water as a finite resource is of utmost importance to him. Platte Basin Timelapse project’s vision of conveying that significance with the power and simplicity of timelapse photography is innovative and assuring and Kery is excited to be a part of it. His dog, Oscar, is equally excited to be involved with the project.
Posted on December 1, 2011
I often describe myself as an “outside dog”. I spent my childhood exploring the woods and swamps near mine and my grandparents’ homes in South Carolina. Even at an early age, I found tranquility among the shadows of towering Cypress trees; community alone in the out-of-doors; exhilaration in the peacefulness of nature. As I moved […]