Zimmerman's monograph One Voice, has been published by Kehrer Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany.
HH Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso
Bhuchung D. Sonam
There is a hidden beauty in many things, and the pile of abandoned clothing attracted me first by its palette and form, and by its odd two-dimensionality.
Then I met the man who lived beneath it. He was a 27-year veteran firefighter in Montana whose job and pension were lost in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis. He is one of 40 million impoverished Americans living in the United States.
His shelter was a hole in the ground, roofed with tin and supported by an abandoned refrigerator. He scavenged for discarded clothing which became thatch for the roof to repel the scorching summer sun and to insulate against frigid winter nights.
This weather beaten pile of clothing became an inventory of human existence.
"...Zimmerman's work is unique in that it is positioned at the crossroads of two traditions: landscape photography and the study of the impact of man on his environment, represented by photographers such as Robert Adams and Richard Misrach, both of whom he admires; and humanistic photography in the tradition of the Farm Security Administration, which documented the great migrations in the wake of the Depression. Whether indirectly, through photos of the territory, or directly, through portraits, it is always people who are at the center of Zimmerman's preoccupations".
- Carole Naggar
(2013 - 2015)
(2007 - 2011)
This work explores the dwindling remnants of the once vast, undeveloped desert regions of the Southwest U.S.
"...a unique vision of beauty, poetry and power possible in great landscape photography."
- Mary Ellen Mark
Large-format portraits of the local inhabitants of this coastal Louisiana community first impacted by the 2010 BP oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico.
The portraits are of a cross-section of local residents; tradesman, fisherman, teachers, oil spill laborers and others whose lives were forever changed by this tragedy.
(2004 - 2009)
(2003 - 2007)
(and other obstacles)
(2008 - 2009)
“You can build walls all the way to the sky and I will find a way to fly above them. You can try to pin me down with a hundred thousand arms, but I will find a way to resist. And there are many of us out there, more than you think. People who refuse to stop believing. People who refuse to come to earth. People who love in a world without walls, people who love into hate, into refusal, against hope, and without fear.”
“I love you. Remember. They cannot take it.”
Lauren Oliver, Delirium (Delirium #1)
Ganga Sagar Mela
Sagar Island, Bay of Bengal, India
Traditionally considered to be the end of the Ganges River, the annual festival, Ganga Sagar Mela draws millions to the banks of the Ganges at the Bay of Bengal.