HYDROGEN is a visual diary of the two largest forests in the Americas; the Amazon and the Mayan Biosphere.
In Brazil, the focus is on the Río Negro that runs across the Amazon like a living scar. Here the images portray the inhabitants of the settlements on the banks of the river and the abandoned sites of the extinct rubber trade.
In Guatemala, the photographs in the Mayan biosphere illuminate the juxtaposition between dense vegetation and the ruins of one of the most powerful civilizations in history.
Hydrogen, the first substance from which all matter originates. We see where nature and homo-sapiens collide and evidence of a tense relationship reflecting the ultimate necessity of a permanent existence for them both.