Campus Trees is an ongoing photo narrative about the relationship between humans and trees in the academic environment, where the campus landscape is a living participant in university life. I select vantage points that pull us closer to the embracing limbs of these not-so-silent witnesses to our day-to-day passings. Each tree has its own biography, telling a story of displacements, movements, endings and beginnings. Trees have often signified wisdom and the quiet contemplations of the “academic grove”, serving as muse and mother to theories and inventions. Trees also chronicle time through the annual cycle of the changing seasons and the creeping decades that are evident in juxtapositions with archival images of the campus landscape.