Chantal Anderson is a photographer working between Los Angeles and Paris. Anderson’s work is an ongoing inquiry into the cyclical relationship between human beings and nature. She creates photographic series exploring human form, memory, the passage of time, and identity.
“Fire Season in Polson, Montana” explores my fascination with the blending of performance sport and artistry found in small-town rodeos. The rodeo is a place where animals and humans face off, collaborate, and dance, while the community watches on amidst the ever-changing weather patterns of Montana summer nights.