Evan Anderman is the son of a geologist, and growing up he observed the Rocky Mountain landscape with a different understanding than most. Years later, as an aerial photographer he still sees it differently – from thousands of feet in the air. KUVO arts reporter Carrie Saldo took to the skies with Anderman as he searched for a more subjective beauty in Colorado.
"If you drew a Venn diagram of all the things that I do in my life, technical and aesthetic and creative and mechanical, I think aerial photography really brings everything together ," said Anderman, who pilots his own Cessna Turbo 206.
Evan Anderman's photos may be seen at his website, www.evananderman.com.