Over the past decade, I have explored the landscape through a series of adventures to document the evolution of our built environment. Through these explorations, I've fully realized the significant role landscape plays in shaping our identities and our sense of community.
I began working exclusively with a large variety of film cameras—cameras that in many instances have been forgotten or discarded in today’s digital age—and fully embraced their distinctive qualities. While I continue to marvel at their ability to capture the environment in an unparalleled and emotive manner, I finally opened myself up to using digital in 2013. I continue to utilize a mix of formats and processes—from instant films to Instagram—to document and share my personal geography. Since 2011, I have published a series of four photographic zines that highlight images from my archive, accompanied by place-based narratives detailing my experiences behind the camera and on the road.