Kerry is an award winning photographer and designer with a passion for the outdoors and the environment. His work has been seen in commercial installs, international publications and private collections. His unique vision for the Arctic Arts Project evolved while shooting in the foothills of Denali, Alaska where he captured a series of artistic images representing perma-frost polygon hammocks and patterned ground that has evoked a passionate global response from naturalists, geologists and artists alike. The Pentax 645D is an amazing piece of equipment. Its dynamic range is quite impressive and the camera's durability in the harshest of conditions has been nothing short of impressive. "I love that photography is light. It is exhilarating to engage a scene and watch as the light evolves throughout the day. To be able capture the exhilarating first breath of light to the days dramatic end is a very sensory experience. For me, each photograph is a journey in perception, an exploration in seeing the world that surrounds us. " So to get that amazing shot a photographer must study the subject/landscape the weather, the geography and place himself in the most unique position as to arrange all the variables in what will become an interesting composition… And sometimes you get lucky. There are those serendipitous moments when all the elements of a great image fall into place.