RICK DARKE

LANDSCAPE ETHICS, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND CONTEXTUAL DESIGN

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            heron in flight at Corkscrew Swamp - slow shutter speed,
            camera following bird

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CONTACT: rick@rickdarke.com

Darke's illustrated chapter titled The Accidental Landscape is included in The Good Gardener?: Nature, Humanity and the Garden published March 2015 by Artifice Books on Architecture. 

The Good Gardener front cover

The Living Landscape: Designing for Beauty and Biodiversity in the Home Garden, a collaboration between Rick Darke and Doug Tallamy was published in June 2014 by Timber Press.

The Living Landscape jacket front

Read Rick Darke's essay The Living Landscape: It's All About Relationships on Powell's Books' blog.

Darke's writing and photography are included in Annik LaFarge's book On the High Line: Exploring America's Most Original Urban Park.
A revised and expanded edition including the High Line at the Rail Yards was published in June 2014 by Thames & Hudson.
On
                        the High Line front cover

The Roots of My Obsession: Thirty Great Gardeners Reveal Why They Garden
published by Timber Press includes Rick Darke's essay "My Time Machine" on time and landscape.

Listen to Ken Druse's interview with Rick Darke on Real Dirt

The American Horticultural Society's magazine The American Gardener features Rick Darke's article on "What is Wild...and why it matters"
Click here to link to the AHS website and read the article (or download in PDF)

Click here for Bill Marken's Groundbreaker profile of Rick Darke in Garden Design

click here to view videos by Rick Darke on The Wild Garden and the Art of Observation

or
click here to watch Rick Darke's September 2011 High Line Railyards lecture on the High Line's youtube channel

Click here for John Hoyland's Gardens Illustrated interview with Rick Darke
  with photo by Charlie Hopkinson

Anne Raver's article "Reshaping Their Own Worldview" in The New York Times
  A discussion of conservation ethics with a world view.