June T. Sanders is a photographer and writer from the shrub steppes of Eastern Washington State. She lives there still. She is an MFA candidate at Washington State University and holds a BA in Media Disparity from Fairhaven College. Her work is about gender; dirt; expansions; home.
Scablands is an ongoing series I began as a means to process my childhood and the connections between ourselves and the natural and cultural landscapes surrounding us. How we hold ourselves — and how we move through the world. It revolves around the topography between Eastern WA and Western MT. Or, more honestly, a version of it that i’ve pieced together.
To view more of June T. Sanders’s work please visit her website.