The Pacific coastline of the contiguous United States, a wonderfully diverse transitional zone, stretches 1,300 miles through the semi-arid regions of Southern California to the temperate rainforests of Washington. The interaction between the sea and shoreline put on an ever-changing display as both the tides and weather systems bring waves crashing onto the beaches of California, Oregon, and Washington. These photographs are from an ongoing series exploring this continuous exchange between land and sea.




Select photographs from this series are available for purchase as fine art prints in a variety of sizes