Jonathan Levitt is a Maine-based photographer whose academic background in the anthropology and history of food informs his photographic work.
“Echo Mask”, soon to be published as a book by Charcoal Press, is a moody and atmospheric exploration of the Maritime Northeast between Newfoundland and Maine, and around the mangrove islands and hardwood hammocks of the subtropical Southeast.
Drawing inspiration from natural history, mythology and “a primordial view of the natural world as a place alive and enchanted”, Levitt turns his lens toward what he describes as “the endangered and haunted places— natural landscapes still enlivened by intact habitats and the corresponding wild animals”. The result is a poetic and haunting voyage for the viewer through Levitt’s dreamy world.
See more from “Echo Mask” below!
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