Darren Clark grew up in Southeastern Idaho and has strong feelings about the landscape and inhabitants of the region. He earned an MFA in photography from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, LA, where he investigated the relationship between the natural and cultural geography of the region. He is currently photographing the landscape of The Snake River Plain of Idaho and is particularly interested in the structures and landscape associated with irrigation and agriculture. He divides his time between photographing, birding, fly-fishing, teaching, and his family. Bro. Clark, his wife Susan, and their three sons currently live in Rexburg, Idaho where he teaches photography at Brigham Young University-Idaho.

Bro. Clark has participated in numerous local and national exhibitions and his work is held in private and public collections.

Below are some examples of Bro. Clark's work:





potato cellar

inside potato cellar

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