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Capturing Silence


Capturing Silence


Ryan Trimble

Is it possible to capture the essential in silence? Photographer Ryan Trimble attempts to catch a glimpse of the self's multiplicity and fragmentation on celluloid, embedding it in the external context of our lived experience, while wondering whether this ambition is always and already impossible to attain.

When words become unclear, I shall focus with photographs. When images become inadequate, I shall be content with silence
— Ansel Adams

© 2015 Ryan Trimble

Born and raised in Utah, USA, Ryan Trimble took up photography and writing four years ago to resist a homogeneous, stifling culture in a personally meaningful way. He’s primarily interested in evoking nostalgia for mortality andin exploring what he calls “the beauty of sadness”.