My photographs focus on landscapes and their history. I’m drawn to mundane, overlooked environments that speak to the friction between "constructed" and "natural" topographies. I often employ arboreal elements, debris, and architecture as a way to reflect on our human experience.

I approach my photographic craft using a straightforward documentary style. I consider the objects I photograph like a collection of clues. During the editing process, this collection of facts takes the shape of a story; a story of a particular place in time.

My studio practice consists of self-driven projects, using multiple cameras and both color and black and white processes.