Born and raised in the Telluride area, Caleb Cain Marcus is a New York City-based photographer who says that he has dedicated himself to the poetic search for the balance between city, nature, man and the invisible. In an effort to recreate the feeling of solitude that occurs in nature, he photographed New York City at night, when the vibrations of the place could be observed without the pollution of people. The resulting series culminated in his first book, The Silent Aftermath of Space (2010), which included a foreword by Robert Frank. Cain Marcus’ followed with A Portrait of Ice (2012), the outcome a two-year journey onto the glaciers of Patagonia, Iceland, Norway, New Zealand and Alaska that attempts to create a bond between the viewer and glaciers through the use of instinctual color, as opposed to analytical data. Cain Marcus’ photographs are in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, the High Museum of Art and others.