Dennis Witmer’s quiet, black-and-white images explore the natural world in its most pristine form, and the incursions of industry and agriculture into the landscape. In particular, he documents diverse stretches of Northern Alaska. Trained in engineering, Witmer began to focus on his photography when he moved to Alaska in 1987. He has since captured images around the Brooks Range—the peaks and bare valleys of one of American’s most remote wildernesses. Witmer frequently employs split tones, imbuing the images with a soft, nostalgic quality.