Daniel Sutherland is a fine art photographer who has been living on Nantucket for 25 years. He uses medium and large format cameras to capture the island's ever-changing landscape sculpted by the sea and salt-laden winds. His photographs present a fossilized frame of Nantucket's majestic nature and appeal universally as contemporary formal representations. Sutherland has been capturing Nantucket for over two decades, his lens in synchronicity with its changing values and reverence to its past. Through photography, we are immersed in fragility and exhilaration when faced with grandeur beyond our understanding, speaking to our most basic senses and our humanity. The work engages our collective need to discover forgotten paradises that are disappearing, expanding outward into hope for the future.