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Jason Lindsey: Reflecting Forward

In science, we are often contemplating the future by evaluating the past. The portrait obscured by reflections represents the idea of looking forward and backward in time. The ambiguity and the unknown come to the surface, clouding our vision of the past and the future. These portraits explore the uncertain futures of the next generation that will be struck the hardest by the impacts of Climate Change. Just as these images suggest, we are intertwined with the natural world and will need to find our path. The “Reflecting Forward” project was inspired by my 13-year-old son, Björn. During one of our many daily chats, he asked about Climate Change and what the world will look like in the future. I realized I had only murky visions of that future myself and could not give him a clear answer. As a father, I hated the fact that I could not provide much clarity for Björn and knew I needed to explore this idea with a photography project. “Reflecting Forward” was born.

Land Conservation Foundation

In 2003, a group of passionate East Central Illinois citizens and conservationists saw the need for a new organization with a unique, locally focused mission.

LCF was created to preserve and restore local woods and wetlands along rivers and creeks — areas often threatened by development. LCF also educates landowners about programs to preserve their land in its natural state.

LCF’s priorities include:

  • Ensuring access to clean drinking water

  • Improving wildlife habitat by connecting lands

  • Helping all ages understand and enjoy nature near home

Sizing, Printing  and Pricing

The total cost of the print includes a donation that the buyer makes to the charity directly at the time of purchase. The buyer receives the tax benefits and the immediate satisfaction of knowing that through their purchase they made a difference. Once the donation is made, the buyer then purchases the print from Giving Photography for the remainder of the amount. 

We ask that you donate 25% to the Land Conservation Foundation. 

Want more information on how this works?  Link here.

Listed price is inclusive of donation, shipping and printing costs. Framing and mounting not included.

Since these photos are multiple dimensions, we have a variety of sizes on this project.  For reference, all info comes from Jason’s art Site:  Fine Art - Reflecting Forward.


REFLECTING FORWARD NO. 01, 02, 05, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 14

20 x 15:   $825 (Edition of 10)

30 x 22.5:   $1575  (Edition of 6)

50 x 37.5:   $4075  (Edition of 3)



20 x 17:   $825  (Edition of 10)

30 x 25.5:   $1575  (Edition of 6)

50 x 42.5:   $4075  (Edition of 3)


19 x 13:   $825  (Edition of 10)

30 x 20.5:   $1575  (Edition of 6)

50 x 34.5:   $4075  (Edition of 3)



18 x 17: $825  (Edition of 10)

28 x 26.5:   $1575  (Edition of 6)

47 x 44.5:   $4075  (Edition of 3)



22 x 19.5:   $825  (Edition of 10)

31 x 27.5: $1575  (Edition of 6)

48 x 42.5:   $4075  (Edition of 3)



20.5 x 15.5:   $825 (Edition of 10)

28.5 x 21.5: $1575  (Edition of 6)

51.5 x 39: $4075  (Edition of 3)



20 x 20: $825  (Edition of 10)

30 x 30:  $1575  (Edition of 6)

50 x 50: $4075  (Edition of 3)

All prints are printed on Moab Somerset Museum Rag (300gsm, 100% Cotton, Mould-Made, Radiant White, Matte, Buffered w/ CaCO3) paper.

All prints come signed by Jason Lindsey.

A Certificate of Authenticity will be provided.

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