is a photography project by British photographer Charles Emerson.
In this project, photographer Charles Emerson has set out to reawaken our sense of the power and the changing character of the great mountains in our landscapes. He draws out the complex and mythic nature of these mighty forms by using multiple exposures on film, digital shots and through a process of collecting light.
Born in Devon in 1982, Emerson earned a Photography BA (Hons) at Falmouth College of Art in 2004. He lives and works in Bristol, UK. His fine art work has featured in AOP Awards, The Sony World Photography Awards and The Creative Review Photography Annual. Emerson’s flower works have been exhibited widely and gained a number of solo shows, in 2013 the band Editors used White Rose I on their album cover The Weight of Your Love. His on-going project Myth and the Mountain was commissioned by Intelligent Life magazine (UK) and first published in Jan/Feb 2015.
More about Charles Emerson and his works here.