"After photographing open dumpsites for years, I understand better why the importance of photographing is dear to me. It is my repeated mantra. Someone, somewhere can view it and it will create meaning and awareness of the topic over and over again. It's purpose is limitless. How life is affected environmentally and humanly by society is something so worthy to be known by everyone. I know this topic can grow in good harmony and karma. That is why I am very grateful and anxious to expand it's story for change." -Timothy Bouldry
Timothy Bouldry photographs, explores and educates people about open dumpsite activity and the communities living from them. He works with activists, scientists, environmentalists and humanitarians to help create cases for governmental powers to understand the changes these places need. He currently resides in Nicaragua where he is photographing and running scholarship programs for kids living at these dumpsites.