Peter Ydeen is primarily an Urban Landscape photographer living in Easton, Pennsylvania, working in New York, and often traveling. He is widely published and shown internationally, and is the recipient of various international awards. His major series include “Easton Nights” which brings us along to the solitude and romance of the small hours of Easton; “Valley Days” celebrating the reactions of our spaces with his minimal eye for beauty; and “Waiting for Palms” taking the same eye to the urban landscapes of Morocco and Egypt. He was educated as painter - sculptor having studied with artists including Alan D’Arcangelo, Phillip Pearlstien, Ray Kass, among others. This training pervades his photography, which is lyrical and romantic, reflecting an almost mystical animism evolved from his interactions with his environments. Taking the poetics of George Tice, he applies a painters’ eye, creating a magical world humming with his own eccentric energy.