10 imagesThe images presented here were taken while driving across Nevada along Highway 50, "the loneliest road in America." As desolate as it is it is also fascinating. This is high desert country where any kind of weather can happen at any time. I have driven this highway a number of times and have seen it in many conditions. Day, night, snow, heat, wind, rain, fog. You name it. When I drove across it in January 2013 I counted 6 other cars between Delta, UT and Ely, NV, a distance of 153 miles. All 6 were within 10 miles of either town. Lonely indeed.
11 imagesThis series was born out of several road trips throughout the rural American west. While exploring this vast and open landscape I would often see these solitary and seemingly lonely buildings. Some of these places stand on their own, miles from their nearest neighbor. Some stand like sentinels just on the outskirts of a town. Some are abandoned and in disrepair, some closed for the season, some still operational. All, however, seemed to me as if they were just desperate to tell their stories, to be given some recognition and of what they once were and yearned to be again. Either waiting out the winter season in anticipation of next years crowds or symbols of a bygone era and hanging on to try to fulfill some lost potential.
11 imagesSelected images from the series Streetwalker: Europe. A series of black and white street photography from travels through Barcelona, Madrid, Lisbon, Paris, and London in October 2002. When I travel I tend to just wander around whatever place I am in. As a result of this, I have many times found myself lost in a new city and wind up walking 10, 12, sometimes up to 20 miles in a day just exploring. This series is a result of some of those wanderings.