Photographer and filmmaker Victor Masayesva, Jr., was raised in the Hopi village of Hotevilla and was educated at the Horace Mann School in New York, Princeton University, and the University of
Arizona. His immersion in photographic experimentation embraces a projection of stories and symbols, natural objects, and locations both at Hopi and worldwide. His work has been exhibited
internationally, and he is perhaps best known for his feature-length film Imagining Indians. For Masayesva, photography is a discipline that he approaches in a manner similar to the way that he
was taught about himself and his clan identity. As he navigates his personal associations with Hopi subject matter in varied investigations of biology, ecology, humanity, history, planetary energy,
places remembered, and musings on things broken and whole, he has created an extraordinary visual cosmography. In this compilation of his photographic journey, Masayesva presents some of the most
important and vibrant images of that visual quest and reflects on them in provocative essays.
At times whimsical and playful, at other times startling and macabre, the images collectively present a human and natural landscape that is as unique as it is beautiful.
—The Bloomsbury Review
The poignant images splashed on the pages of Husk of Time will leave readers wanting to explore the depths of Masayesva's intriguing mind.
— Photo Review