2007 - Present
The Roadside Ruins Project is an on-going series of photographs made from 2007 to the present. These photographs document disappearing vernacular structures that inhabit the back roads of the American landscape. With this project the camera functions as a tool of preservation. These photographs of Americana - Motels, signs, fruit stands, juke joints, gas stations, faded buildings, and mom & pop shops are a testament to an America that existed before the Interstate Highway system.