A 10-print folio
There I was eleven miles out on the frozen ocean at 30-below. Alone. I had hoped to stand in the place where it is hypothesized the first Native Americans walked across the Bering Strait from Siberia to what is now Alaska. Engulfed by the profound quiet and enormity of space, I felt like a miracle amongst the wonder. That experience in 1999 changed me.
These images from Svalbard, Greenland, and Antarctica feel much like photos of my ancestors. It's important not to become insensitive to the wonder of it all, but to photograph a glimpse of their souls that endure.
— Camille Seaman, from the artist's statement in the folio