Seattle based photographer Paul Edmondson, known for his minimal landscapes of the American West, is drawn towards the places where humans and the natural environment intersect.
Edmondson was raised in Washington D.C. and studied anthropology at Northern Arizona University. After working as a Forest Service archaeologist in Southeast Alaska, he embarked on a solo sea kayak of the Inside Passage from Ketchikan to Seattle, where he's lived since. Influences include abstract expressionist painters, his mother and the ordinary.
Paul Edmondson has won many awards for his photography. His work is held in international corporate and private collections.