Bon Roberts’s exploration of photography is a catalyst that presents itself in storytelling of life the woods. Documenting changing seasons on a permaculture property full-time becomes a new collective experience of many forms. Through the practice of picture making, a symbolic language slowly emerges out of the ground and forms take shape with ever-changing texture and rhythms. Bringing together experimental angles and trying to interpret an experience with co-op life and self-sufficiency bush living.
Photography helps Roberts hack into pockets of nature in its raw form. Contrast is created and converged between permaculture and contemporary minimalist expression when she brings natural objects of all shapes and forms into her in naturally skylit passive solar studio. Exposing seeds, wildlife, and all other of the earth’s creatures and elements, she slows things down enough to capture authentic and thought-provoking simplicity.