Jennilee Marigomen

Published November 27, 2009 by Graham


Sedate and reverent, Jennilee Marigomen floats toward scenes of scenic splendor. Reveling in the warm mysteries and cold carnality of natural light, her camera impossibly captures, in microscopic detail, the fleeting visceral feeling of each atmosphere its sly lens fixes upon. Whether or not people are physically present in Marigomen’s images, each one is marked by a ghostly trace of humanity. There is a very long rope invisibly tying these ethereal images back to a nameless group of compatriots. We only glimpse them through tree branches and fiery lens flares, but they always feel nearby, protecting us from the detached desolation of the Northwestern wild.


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8 comments so far

  1. antonio says:

    amazing & delicius works!

  2. jennilee has so sooo much talent and remains extremely humble – people like that deserve the spotlight. way to go Jenn

  3. Old Chum says:

    Awesome photographer!

  4. Valerie says:

    such amazing photos. never ceases to amaze.

  5. Carina says:

    Crazy, the first two look like they would belong in the actual WTWA film. Gorgeous pieces. (!)

  6. Courtney B. says:

    i just found this place..
    so cool!

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