at Fovea Exhibitions, premiering Saturday July 10th, on view through August 8th, Fridays-Sundays noon-6pm.
British Petroleum's Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is an unmitigated disaster, with the environmental and economic costs growing by the day.
In this 9 minute film, Christopher Morris takes us on an emotional journey to Louisiana and shows us the irreparable damage to the complex fragility of the coastal and marine ecosystems, the costs of which are still being weighed.
Christopher Morris is a founding member of the photo agency VII and has documented more than 18 foreign conflicts including the U.S. invasion of Panama, the U.S. invasion of Iraq, the Persian Gulf War, the drug war in Columbia and the wars in Afghanistan, Chechnya, Somalia and Yugoslavia. Mr. Morris photographed the Presidency of George W. Bush for Time magazine creating a distinctive style of political reportage that has won him much acclaim and has influenced a new generation of photographers.
Fovea is a volunteer run 501(c)3 educational charity.