Debra Bloomfield has photographed the American landscape for over 30 years. Primarily in color and often in large scale, her photographs are born from an intense emotional response to location and memory. Her work is included in the collections of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the Berkeley Art Museum and The Victoria and Albert Museum in London. She received the 1991/92 San Francisco Foundation's James D. Phelan Art Award in Photography for her "Trotsky Series" and the 2005 Western Heritage Literary Award in Photography for her monograph "Four Corners." Bloomfield’s book Wilderness, is a collaboration of her photographs and the essays of environmental writer Terry Tempest Williams. Wilderness also features a CD, created with Bloomfield’s son, Jake Bloomfield Misrach. The audio is a collection of sounds that echo the images. Bloomfield teaches photography at the San Francisco Art Institute.