Landscape designer Chris Hendershot traveled to Mali in 2015 and has shared with us photos that he took while in the West African country.
(All photos taken by Chris Hendershot in 2015)
Landscape designer Chris Hendershot traveled to Mali in 2015 and has shared with us photographs that he took while in the West African country.
At the time, Hendershot was a graduate student at the Conway School of Landscape Design, helping the non-profit Mali Nyeta develop a landscape adaptation strategy for two rural villages, Djangoula Kita and Djangoula Foulala.
You can read a News-Decoder article about Mali Nyeta by Christopher Alexander Gellert here.
Hendershot’s photographs capture arresting images of humanity within a larger landscape. We are pleased to publish some of his most vivid shots.
To view Hendershot’s final project for his master’s degree, click here.
Chris Hendershot has a master’s degree in Ecological Design. He works as a landscape designer and conservation consultant, and is an avid photographer. Currently he is developing Epoch Ecological, a landscape design and regional planning firm that is dedicated to helping communities adapt their landscapes.