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2020 Matt Dieterich
Matt Dieterich is an award-winning photographer who enjoys showcasing the beauty of the night sky. His creative vision is to pair landscapes with stunning night sky views to highlight the importance of protecting our natural resources. Matt’s photography has been published around the world by sources such as Astronomy Magazine, Sky & Telescope, and NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day. Matt leads astrophotography workshops in national parks and his goal is to inspire others to experience the night sky and get outdoors into nature. He created an astrophotography video about his trip to Craters of the Moon.
2019 David Hunter
David photographed Craters of the Moon's natural wonders, concentrating on landscapes and small details that are often overlooked. A selection of his photographs are available on our Flickr page.
2018 Flannery Cunningham
Flannery recorded natural sounds in the field that will be incorporated into new musical compositions. She recently premiered her first work from this residency at the Toronto Creative Music Lab, Three Frogs in Arco, Idaho.
2017 Jym Davis
Jym created fantastic masks modeled after wildlife found in the park. He also modeled and took photographs of these mask creatures in a variety of Craters landscapes.
2017 Victoria Hussey
Victoria created tiny paintings of Craters of the Moon which she called "Mini-Monuments". She gave the images away to lucky visitors.
2017 Hannah Rodabaugh
Hannah wrote and recited a variety of creative poems about the Craters of the Moon landscape.
2016 Rebecca Lowry
Last updated: April 2, 2023