Our modern landscape is often full. Key players attract our attention as focal points while our fast pace propels us forward, often without noticing what we pass. The backstage that provides the channel by which our goods and services are supplied to us is often overlooked as an eyesore, something to be hidden. Abandonment and decay are left in the wake of change and development or are simply the result of times passage. These back alleys, empty lots, industrial yards are my subjects. These are the spaces that I find compelling, the unnoticed and banal, the discarded and in-between — liminal places, full of the echoes of what once was.



Spaces In-Between