Tulla Booth Gallery
Tulla Booth Gallery

 

 

©Serengeti National Park, Tanzania, Day to Night 2015

©Stephen Wilkes, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania, Day to Night 2015


current exhibits

 

Meet the Artist:
Renowned Photographer Stephen Wilkes

View his Wildly Popular "Day to Night" Photographs
Reception: Friday, August 31st, 2018, 6-8PM


Exhibit extended thru October 15th 2018

 

 

> Read about Steven Wilkes (.pdf)


 

Stephen Wilkes

Photo Credit: Chis Janjic

 

STEPHEN WILKES

Stephen Wilkes's wildly popular "Day to Night" Series are beautiful images of the most beloved cities of the world. Photographed from 50ft cherry picker over a 12 hour period. His technique is featured on a segment of CBS Sunday Morning.


For more than two decades Stephen Wilkes has been widely recognized for his fine art and commercial photography. His photographs have been exhibited in galleries and museums, and featured in a number of leading magazines and periodicals including the New York Times Magazine, Vanity Fair and Time, among many others.


In 1999 Wilkes completed a personal project photographing the unrestored areas of Ellis Island: the ruined landscape of the infectious disease and psychiatric hospital wings, where children and adults alike were detained before they could enter America. Through his photographs and video work, Wilkes has inspired and helped secure $6 million toward the restoration for the south side of the island. The monograph, Ellis Island: Ghosts of Freedom was published in 2006.


Wilkes was featured on NPR, CBS Sunday Morning and the book was named one of Time Magazine's 5 Best Photography Books of The Year. In 2000, Epson America commissioned Wilkes to create a millennial portrait of the United States, a 52-day odyssey that was exhibited in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. Wilkes was recently featured in a one person exhibit at National Geographic Museum in Washington DC. Also his is fabulous Bird photographs are featured in the March 2018 National Geographic "Bird Migration" article.