Nelson's background is eclectic - a moving canvas. The short 8 minute video above explains it best.
Nelson's work has taken him across the globe. His works have been shown in the U.S. and abroad, including inthe United States Senate Building and in a show that celebrated the influence of Ansel Adams on contemporary photography.
Currently Nelson is working on a large project called ENEMIES, in which he is photographing people from opposing sides of violent conflicts around the world. In addition to photography Nelson works in a variety of other media including music video and street art. Nelson has also created works under several anonymous pseudonyms.
Selected Recent Exhibits
2012, Earth Through A Lens, Juried exhibit, Palm Springs, CA
2011, Earth Through A Lens, Juried exhibit, Palm Springs, CA
2011, Roadless – One Man's Search for America's Least Known Public Lands, Carbondale, CO
2010, Fall of Man, Installation Exhibit, Archie Bray Foundation, Helena, MT
2010, Love's Writ, Juried exhibit, Austin, TX
2009, Open Shutter Gallery, Durango, Colorado
2009, Colorado Roadless Tour, Durango, Grand Junction, Golden
2009, Roadless – In Search of America's Least Known Public Lands, Russell Senate Building Rotunda, Washington DC; Curator and main exhibitor
2009, Love's Writ, juried exhibit, Austin, TX
2008, Under The Influence: juried exhibit. A Retrospective of the Influence of Ansel Adams on Contemporary Photography, Chico CA
Recent ROADLESS Tour Exhibits
May 2011, American Mountaineering Museum, Golden, CO
June 2011, Shilling Studio Gallery, Telluride, CO
June 2011, Open Shutter Gallery, Durango, CO
June 2011, Boulder Public library Canyon Theater, Boulder, CO
June 2011, Around the Corner Art Gallery, Montrose, CO