Larry Cwik is a Portland, Oregon based fine art photographer who travels widely and sometimes internationally for his work.  Notable projects to date include: The Visitor: 30 Years Photographing Mexico, for which Cwik has spent a total of six months in Mexico to date, walking 900 miles through the streets of dozens of large Mexican cities, capturing their magic in color photographs, and letting his subconscious influence where and when he photographs; Totems, poetic and contemporary stacked triptychs of black and white photographs, gelatin silver prints inspired by the imagery, stories, and legends of the Totem Poles of the Pacific Northwest Coast First Peoples; Morocco; Antarctica/Greenland; and Industrial Districts, inspired by Cwik’s life-long fascination with industry, developed as a child growing up in Pittsburgh.