Human Nature: Sustainable Farming in the Pacific Northwest

PhotographerAnna Mia Davidson
Prize2nd Place in Nature / Other_N
CompanyAnna Mia Davidson Photography
City/CountrySeattle, United States
Photo Date2000-2008
Technical Infobook pub 2015, film photos
Story

Human Nature: Sustainable Farming in the Pacific Northwest, documents a farming movement committed to sustainable agriculture and animal husbandry. In response to devastating effects conventional farming has on the environment and public health, this work focuses on the alternative. Our future depends on a new appreciation for local production and consumption and we'll need to embrace what it looks like.

Entry Description

Human Nature: Sustainable Farming in the Pacific Northwest, documents a farming movement committed to sustainable agriculture and animal husbandry. In response to devastating effects conventional farming has on the environment and public health, this work focuses on the alternative. Our future depends on a new appreciation for local production and consumption and we'll need to embrace what it looks like.

Story

Human Nature: Sustainable Farming in the Pacific Northwest, documents a farming movement committed to sustainable agriculture and animal husbandry. In response to devastating effects conventional farming has on the environment and public health, this work focuses on the alternative. Our future depends on a new appreciation for local production and consumption and we'll need to embrace what it looks like.

About Photographer

Anna Mia Davidson was born and raised in New York City. Her work has been shown at Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York; Farmani Gallery, Los Angeles; Leica Gallery, Los Angeles, Leica Gallery New York; Benham Gallery, Seattle; Fototeca Gallery, Havana; Lehigh University, Pennsylvania; and is part of Zoellner Art Center’s permanent collection. Davidson was commissioned as a “Character of America” Photographer by Aperture and USA Television Network, and has been awarded several honors including sponsorship from Blue Earth Alliance for her project on Cuba, the Jeni Dellaccio Award for photography, an International Photo Award and Honorable Mention, and the 2004 Golden Light Top Photographers Award for Documentary Photography. Davidson has been a guest speaker at the Annenberg Space for Photography, Seattle Town Hall, and was selected as an Arts Envoy for the United States Embassy Thailand. Davidson is based in Seattle, Washington.