Paul Scannell, Dublin-born photographer, left his life in London in the summer of 2016 to explore Alaska's wilderness. Most inspired by moody northern landscapes and derelict residential and industrial sites, his travels led him to the Wrangell St Elias National Park, America's largest. He achieved placement on a season-long artist's residency and explored a landscape rich in untouched human history. His work seeks to observe the indelible mark of human habitation. He has exhibited in both London and Dublin and, after a successful residency in Northwest Iceland, has recently returned to Alaska to further explore some of America’s most proliﬁc frontier history.