Michael  Lee  Jackson

"Photography is about capturing, preserving, and sharing moments. Even if we're deeply sensitive to appreciating them and always aware, they are frequently fleeting and gone in a blink of an eye, and we often miss them entirely. Photography is also a medium to provoke thought and interest, and it’s a great teacher.”  -Michael Lee Jackson

As a child,  Michael Lee Jackson learned about images and what they can convey from his father, a photographer. He loves the process and the concept of saving a moment in time in a photograph. Jackson’s primary photographic interests are in capturing landscapes, skyscapes, and capturing moments we might otherwise miss. Michael always has his camera ready, and the photographs he shares motivate us to slow down, appreciate the beauty around us, and to explore new vistas.

"Church and Storm" 2016

Photo on metal print. Edition of 20.


"Montana Farmhouse" 2016 

Photo on metal print. Edition of 20.