a literary journal published by the Black Earth Institute dedicated to re-forging the links between art and spirit, earth and society
Too many people are afraid of fungi and don’t realize what an incredible kind of life they are and how important they are to our ecosystems. I appreciate their life in my photography from both the realistic and fantastic perspective.
An opera composer, geologist, writer, and project manager as well as a photographer, Jeff Dunn adheres to a philosophy of rigorous ironic eclecticism. Jeff was born in Hollywood, CA, where his uncle, a special-effects cinematographer, introduced him to cameras at an early age. Jeff has been a music and photography critic for the last 25 years, writing for San Francisco Classical Voice and photography journals. His landscape photography book Big, Bad, Beautiful: Death Valley is available on Amazon. Jeff began an interest in graphic arts in 2007, when he illustrated his own music reviews online with commentary via photocollage. He has been an active participant in local and international exhibitions, a judge for the Northern California Council of Camera clubs, and a reviewer for LensCulture. His photography can be viewed on his website and on Facebook.