Interview with McNair Evans: Confessions for a Son | LENSCRATCH

Interview with McNair Evans: Confessions for a Son

In 2010 I returned home to photograph the lasting psychological landscape of Dad’s legacy. Retracing my father’s life, I used photography to comprehend its events. Visiting the farms where we hunted, his college dorm rooms, and his oldest friends, I photographed his family members and businesses while researching his character and actions. I could not equate these.

Have You Started Shooting Yet? A Longterm Project is Finally Complete | PROOF

Have You Started Shooting Yet? A Longterm Project is Finally Complete

I’ve worked around the world for National Geographic magazine but the most elusive assignment for me has been just 50 miles from my home.

In the summer of 2006 I was commissioned to create a portfolio celebrating South Carolina’s ACE Basin. It’s a special place where three rivers and a community came together to preserve one of the last great watersheds.