Diane Tuft documents the beauty and fragility of our ever-changing environment by making photographs of the natural world as seen through light that is outside of our visible spectrum. By exploring both the infrared and ultraviolet light spectrum, she is able to record what the naked eye cannot see.
The sensitivity of infrared film allows her to capture the radiation and reflection of infrared light in the landscape. Printing these black and white photographs in Platinum creates images that are both otherworldly and thought provoking.
All photos via Marlborough Gallery.