Decay can possess the drama of a landslide or the intimacy of cracked skin. In Decay, photographers Nathan Troi Anderson and J.K. Putnam share how decay looks to them through their lenses. Shot in color and black and white, with their cameras trained on a wide array of subjects, these photographs are framed by written insights about how Anderson and Putnam perceive this natural phenomenon.
Hardcover. 144 pages.