I just came across this website:
While reading under "Vision"....
The Ashes and Snow exhibition includes more than 100 large-scale photographic artworks, a one-hour film and two nine-minute film haikus. None of the images have been digitally collaged or superimposed. They record what the artist himself saw through the lens of his camera. While Colbert uses both still and movie cameras, the images are not stills from the film. These mixed media photographic works marry umber and sepia tones in a distinctive encaustic process on handmade Japanese paper. The artworks, each approximately five feet by eight feet, are mounted without explanatory text so as to encourage an open-ended interaction with the images.
Sounds very interesting. I'm wondering what kind of format he is shooting with (it doesn't mention anywhere) and what sort of processes are involved. The prints are pretty big...does anyone know more about this exhibition?