Flooded Brick Factory, Ashulia 2019
Sea Level Rise: Visualizing Climate Change
A collaborative project by Carrie and Eric Tomberlin
Though Bangladesh faces seemingly insurmountable challenges from climate change and sea level rise, they are not merely coping, but adapting with resilience and ingenuity utilizing community – based adaptations. In doing so, they provide an example of how the rest of the world can take action on a local, national, and international level.
Building Up The Embankment Along the Kholpetua River, Kapilmuni 2017
Guard House and Living Quarters at Fish Farm, Tala 2018
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Carrie and Eric Tomberlin
Carrie Tomberlin is an artist and educator based in Asheville, North Carolina. Carrie currently teaches photography and visual culture at the University of North Carolina Asheville where she serves as Gallery Director and Lecturer of Art. Prior to her career as an educator, she worked with several non-profit organizations including the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, DC.
Eric Tomberlin has lived and worked as a freelance photographer, artist, and educator in California, New York, Texas, Washington, and India. Eric received his MFA in Studio Art from the University of Texas at Austin, and is currently an Associate Professor of Art at the University of North Carolina Asheville.