Contemporary American photographer.
“The subjects captured in Urban Wilderness were ephemeral. They existed, as portrayed, only for the briefest of moments. Then, they mutated and disappeared forever—obliterated by the next wave of grime, weather, graffiti and, ultimately, gentrification. Images captured one moment would often disappear within hours. In real life, many of the subjects were exceedingly small, requiring a macro lens and tripod."
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