with EJ Camp
EJ Camp shot the photographs exclusively with her medium format digital Leica S. Her favorite subject, the North and South Forks of Long Island, have some of the most beautiful coastlines in North America, making Camp’s quest for unique images inexhaustible. A passion for the way light reflects off the changing surfaces of the ocean has directly evolved from a career spent capturing light and emotion in her portraiture. With a keen interest “to be pulled more into the void of the subject,” either the violence and activity of breaking waves or the tranquility of a calm sea has been integral within Camp’s seascapes along with exploring color, layers of perception, texture, and moments of energy.
“I consider my photography such a huge extension of myself in that it records what I am seeing and stimulated by in my world. What inspires me in my portrait work is love and respect for people. I want to capture a feeling that takes me further into that person. And all people interest me. I also love being outdoors and on or near the water. These are also elements I want to share through my photography. Both genres are about catching the moment. Similarly, I love the sea. It changes moment to moment and I never tire of its fusion of light, movement and complexity. The sea is like a face; it has many expressions.” – EJ Camp
“The Sea” will be showing from May 4 until June 25, 2017 at Leica Gallery Boston, with an talk and opening reception May 4th 2017 4-9PM.