“Tangible Nature” Exhibit at Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge
“Tangible Nature,” an exhibit of photographs by Dean Moses, is on view at the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center through March 31. The exhibit documents the interaction of the park’s diverse visitors as they participate in outdoors activities including observing nature, beach cleanups, kayaking, and hiking. The Visitor Center is open 10 am to 4 pm, Friday through Monday.
Moses is an author, award-winning photographer, and freelance journalist. His photography has appeared in numerous New York based newspapers, including AM New York, Queens Courier, and Canarsie Courier. His photographs explore the relationship and rapport humans can have with nature.
Originally from the United Kingdom, Moses now considers himself a proud New Yorker. He lives in NYC with his wife and four cats.