Stephen Wilkes

Gallery: Stephen Wilkes's 'Day to Night'

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Most photographers count themselves lucky to land a book, a film, or a major show; Stephen Wilkes is so talented, he’s landed all three at once. He directed the independent documentary Jay Myself, which is currently in theaters and garnering excellent reviews; out later this month is Day to Night, a book of his photography from Taschen. He extends the style of those photographs, which combine several photographs of a single location over a single day from a fixed perspective, in his new show “A Witness to Change” (opening tonight at the Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery); while his initial time-lapse photos focused on urban locations, he’s now taken his camera out into the natural world, documenting both its beauty and worrisome deterioration.

Check out Wilkes’s remarkable images below; if you’d like to see more, visit his website, grab a copy of Day to Night, or visit Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery in New York, where “A Witness to Change” is on display through October 26th.

Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

Stephen Wilkes

Grizzly Bears, Bella Coola, British Columbia, Canada

Stephen Wilkes

Coney Island Boardwalk

Stephen Wilkes

Lesser Flamingos, Lake Bogoria, Kenya, Africa

Stephen Wilkes

Northern Gannets, Bass Rock, Scotland

Stephen Wilkes

Central Park Snow, NYC

Stephen Wilkes

Robson Bight, British Columbia

Stephen Wilkes

If you’d like to see more of Stephen Wilkes's work, visit his website, grab a copy of Day to Night, or visit Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery (505 W. 24th Street in New York), where “A Witness to Change” is on display through October 26th.