Throughout 20 years of flying low and slow throughout the northern Rockies and coast-to-coast, commercial pilot and aerial photographer Chris Boyer has documented patterns of landscape change. He earned his pilot's license during a graduate program in Fluvial Geomorphology and the aerial view was vital to informing his understanding of the relationship between natural processes and land management decisions. Chris was the founder and co-owner of a landscape restoration consultancy, spending 10 years designing and constructing wetlands and river channel restoration projects. His award-winning fine art and documentary imagery has appeared in regional and national magazines, museums, and private collections.
Archive of Chris's previous works.
"Oil Field Produced Water 2. Fremont, WY"
Plaque Mounted on Wood, 32” x 70