October 6-30, 2017
Friday, October 6, 2017
Libby March (b. Ohio, 1988) is an independent documentary and editorial photographer examining the human connection with the environment. Growing up with three siblings in the far north of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula instilled her with love for nature and empathy for her fellow humans, which have become the driving force of her work.
March has a Bachelors degree in Journalism and a minor in Art from Central Michigan University. She has worked with clients such as the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The Telegraph magazine, Bloomberg, Rotary International, and The Washington Post. During and after college she worked as a photo intern at the Jackson Citizen Patriot (MI), the Concord Monitor (NH), the Muskegon Chronicle (MI), and Valley News (NH).
She resides in Bethlehem, New Hampshire but is currently based in Northern Michigan, working on the essay Bounty, which records and explores hunting culture in the Upper Peninsula.