John Ater

In the artist’s own words: “Photography is the practice of the moment, the practice of now. When I have a camera in hand, time disappears and I constantly capture with clarity. Out of that practice come some amazing photos, fractions of seconds of the now captured for me to share with others, tiny little anchors to what is now lost to the past, static examples of the dynamic flow of life. ¬†What a wonderful gift to be present, not lost in the past or the future. Present. Dynamic. Alive. In the moment. That is photography for me.”