The Currents series is borne of a reverence for the life blood that sustains us all: water. This series examines the various forms it takes as it circulates throughout the Earth, from clouds and mist in the atmosphere, to ocean waves and thundering waterfalls' to calm reflections. Throughout this process, water changes it’s state of being several times: ever-changing, refracting light, carving through stone, timeless, sensual, always steadfast.
“Dripping water hollows out stone, not through force but through persistence.” - Ovid
Beth Young is a photographer and architect located in Sacramento utilizing evidence based design principles in nature photography. Acutely aware of the impact that natural imagery and positive distraction can have on those in severely stressful surroundings, her passion has evolved over time to focus on nature photography for healthcare settings to alleviate the stress of patients, their families and caregivers, and help improve patient outcomes in clinical settings. Her work is featured in hospitals, clinics, psychiatric facilities, and continuing care communities throughout California. Her aesthetic endeavors to capture exquisite light, design, and dynamics for enduring landscape images.