Clyde’s heartfelt commitment to record precious landscapes and peaceful sanctuaries throughout the world finds a common ground between all viewers. His photography has been seen in United States’ museums as well as internationally: at the National Gallery of Art in Prague, Czech Republic, and while servings as the United Nation’s official photographer for the Cuban ‘Year of the Mountains’ conference.
HOW DOES HE GET THOSE SHOTS
Each dramatic landscape is the reward of patience, perseverance, and determination. Clyde will wait for hours until the light, clouds and composition come together. Carrying camera gear that weighs up to 120 pounds, he crosses difficult terrain, stands in chest-deep water for hours, and occasionally risks his life on steep mountain slopes. Although Clyde will always be identified with the Everglades, he is deeply committed to recording natural beauty throughout the world.