law and artSpaces and Places: Photographs from Near and Far

June 2, 2017 5:30 ~ 8:00 pm

Featuring local photographer Seth Goodwin


The photographs in this show are an eclectic mix of images. The goal is to demonstrate a breadth of photographic work: black and white, color, different styles of printing and mounting, and different locations ranging from the Upper Valley to the western United States. What unites these images is an emphasis on the beauty and elegance of different geographies and locations.

About the artist
seth goodwinSeth has been around cameras and photography since he was a kid working alongside his filmmaker/photographer father. What started as an avocation slowly grew into his current vocation as a professional photographer.
Previously, Seth was a high school English and history teacher for twelve years in Vermont and New Hampshire. Before his classroom teaching he was an outdoor educator working at the Hulbert Outdoor Center and the National Outdoor Leadership School. His field experience includes leading and teaching adults and teenagers on canoeing, hiking, rock climbing, sea kayaking, and skiing trips.

Seth’s personal travels have taken him to climbing and hiking destinations in the American West, Bolivia, Europe and Tanzania; to Europe, Canada, and throughout the United States for telemark skiing; to British Columbia, Lake Michigan, and Maine for sea kayaking; and to the former Soviet Union for a transatlantic sail from Saint Petersburg (Leningrad) to New York City in 1989 aboard the schooner Te Vega.

Nowadays, Seth is based in Norwich, Vermont and works full-time as a professional photographer. His areas of photographic interest are landscape, nature, photojournalism, and travel. He offers photography and printing workshops to individuals and small groups, does freelance work, offers his images and prints for sale, provides digital darkroom processing, and makes archival pigment prints in his Norwich studio.

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