David Paul Bayles

David Paul Bayles's photography explores the complex relationship between humans and trees. His work has been widely published, exhibited, and collected, with his first monograph Urban Forest: Images of Trees in the Human Landscape (Sierra Club Books) named one of the best photo books of the year by Christian Science Monitor. The Bancroft Library at University of California Berkeley created an archive for his life’s work. Bayles lives in Philomath, Oregon.

Books by this Author

Sap in Their Veins

In 1972 David Paul Bayles left the suburbs of Los Angeles for a summer job as a logger. Then, instead of heading off to photography...

| hardcover | $50.00

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