Frisco photographer Chet Tucker documented his climb up Mount Everest earlier this year, and his photos are on display in the Frisco Discovery Center in a blended art gallery, according to the Frisco Enterprise.
This isn’t a photography exhibit, it’s a flowtography exhibit.
“Flowtography: where poetry and photography intersect,” is a unique experience where Tucker’s photos are supplemented by his poetry.
According to Frisco Enterprise, Tucker made the trip to the summit not just as a vacation, but to spread the ashes of a late military friend who had always wanted to climb the mountain.
He recorded his entire trip through the camera lens as well as in poetry.
“With extending poetry and photography and bringing those two mediums together, I can collaborate with myself,” he told the Frisco Enterprise. “I can have control of both mediums. I think they all inspire each other.”
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