The people that descend on Mt. Hood, OR during the summer months are some of the most colorful in the world, each different than the next. In order to capture the character behind these individuals, I set out to do a double exposure series shot entirely on medium format films, making it my goal to show the people as well as the beautiful place in which they live and thrive. I was inspired by the work of Cole Barash and Matt Georges, and restrict myself to an entirely film process for this project. One tattered Mamiya RB67, three months, and over 20 rolls of Pan-F later I was left to piece together this medium format monster; it was been the most rewarding step in my photographic career to date.
This debut publication, a collection of film double exposures from Mt. Hood, OR, lends a light and minimal glimpse at the people and places surrounding one of the Northwest's most famous landmarks. Both the 8x10in. hardcover and softcover capture the series beautifully on #145 grain ProLine Pearl and #110 Premium Satin respectively. Hardcover copies come hand numbered on a first come first serve basis with printing capped at 100 copies.