November 15-January 15
Daryl will be exhibiting some of his fine art, New Hampshire Landscapes at the WREN gallery in Bethlehem, New Hampshire.
Daryl appeared on WMUR’s television show “Chronicle” on Wednesday, April 7, 2021 at 7PM. He shared some of his stories, photographs, anecdotes and lessons learned on the backroads of the world during the course of his 35 year career as a professional photographer.
Mountains Beyond Mountains
Released on April 21, 2021, this book consists of 125 landscape photographs from New Hampshire and Vermont.
Daryl will be exhibiting his latest images of New Hampshire landscapes at the WREN gallery in Bethlehem, NH during the months of February and March. These same images will be included in his latest book project, “Mountains Beyond Mountains”, 200 landscape photographs of New Hampshire scheduled to be published in the spring of 2021.
The release of “Distant Journeys”, a 400 page hardcover photography book of images from around the world including North America, Central America, South America, Patagonia, Cuba, New Zealand, India, Ladakh, Bhutan and much more.
Comings and Goings
8 Travel Photography Tips for Shooting Striking Portraits on the Road
Shutterbug, May 2019
Photos from Daryl’s most recent 1600 mile expedition to the northwestern provinces of Colombia will be shared. Starting in the city of Cartagena and following the highest coastal mountain range in the world – the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta Range his adventure culminated in the vast Guajira Peninsula which has some of the most rugged and spectacular desert landscapes in Colombia. You will learn about La Guarija which is home to the Wayuu indigenous people, who have maintained their independent way of life through the centuries.
He will discuss his style, philosophy, and various techniques he use when photographing subject matter. Equipment, lighting on location, environmental portraits, and travel tips on Colombia will all be covered.
He will share his nonstop, day to day adventures, experiences, discoveries, and valuable lessons he learned on this incredibly spiritual journey.”
“Distant Journeys”, a 30 year retrospective of color images from around the world will be exhibited at the Wilton Library. 70 of Hawk’s favorite images from North, Central and South America, Cuba, Patagonia, the Arctic, Antarctica, India, Ladakh, Bhutan, New Zealand and more will be on display. All photographs are for sale. An opening reception will take place on Friday, Sept 7 from 6- 7:30PM.
“International documentary photographer and explorer Daryl Hawk will give a special photography presentation and lecture at the Wilton Library entitled “Into the Volcano: Travels Through Ecuador” on Wednesday, May 16th at 7PM. This documentary will be based on his most recent expedition to the northern, central and southern highlands of Ecuador this past April. Hawk embarked alone on a 1600 mile journey following the “Avenue of Volcanos” across the Andean mountain range. While on some of the highest roads in the Americas, Hawk explored and photographed rarely seen geological formations, cloud forests, high altitude lakes, indigenous cultures, marketplaces, pre-hispanic ruins, and some of the highest volcanos in the world.”
May 16, 2018
Back into the Heart of Cuba at the Wilton Library. In the spring of 2016 and again in 2017 explorer and international photographer Daryl Hawk embarked upon an unprecedented 2,700-mile circumnavigation of Cuba. He discovered the heartbeat sustaining this Communist-ruled province: its people. The resulting photographs depict a people and place both lost in time and on the cusp of change. In his engaging storytelling style Hawk shared vivid photographs from both trips, his first hand experiences, and insightful reflections into a country straddling decay as well as renewal and the open-heated enterprising people who carry out Cuba’s evolution.
October 26, 2017
Back into the Heart of Cuba at the New Canaan Library. In the spring of 2016 and again in 2017 explorer and international photographer Daryl Hawk embarked upon an unprecedented 2,700-mile circumnavigation of Cuba. He discovered the heartbeat sustaining this Communist-ruled province: its people. The resulting photographs depict a people and place both lost in time and on the cusp of change. In his engaging storytelling style Hawk shared vivid photographs from both trips, his first hand experiences, and insightful reflections into a country straddling decay as well as renewal and the open-heated enterprising people who carry out Cuba’s evolution.
October 18, 2017
Daryl gave a presentation “Into the Heart of Cuba” at the Explorers Club to a sold-out audience. His latest 400-page hardcover photography book “Into the Heart of Cuba” on view as well.
May 8, 2017
“Distant Journeys: Where Time Stands Still”. Daryl gave a retrospective show to the Harvard Travelers Club in Boston. Founded in 1902, previous lecturers have included Theodore Roosevelt, Sir Ernest Shackleton, Robert Peary, and Brad Washburn.
Photographer Daryl Hawk, Entranced by Cuba’s Colors
Arts & Leisure, November 28, 2016
Shutterbug, October 2016
How Do You Take Better Travel Photos? Simplify!
Shutterbug, December 2015
Reinhold Messner Interview by Daryl Hawk
Capturing a Kingdom
Shutterbug, January 2015
Wilton Magazine, Holiday 2014-2015
Daryl Hawk’s Timeless Journey through Incredible India
The South Asian Insider, October 29, 2014
Daryl Hawk, An Unconventional Traveler
Man of the World, September, 2014
Daryl Hawk returns successful from the highest mountains of India
Wilton Bulletin, June 1, 2014