Archival photographic print in contemporary wood frame. Photograph taken above Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
35" x 21"
Origin: New York, New York
A native New Yorker, Emily Baker studied Studio Art at Middlebury College and has since built an extensive portfolio of photographs, oil paintings, and watercolor illustrations. Emily is often inspired by beauty found in nature; her work captures the subtle details of natural landscapes—while incorporating elements of the modern world. She cites travel, be it a simple train ride to her family’s home on Shelter Island, or an awe-inspiring African safari, as one of her main influences. Emily pays particular attention to the framing of her images, so that the subject matter becomes less important than the viewer’s angle and the light in which it is composed. She lives and works in Chelsea.
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