U.S.A – Untitled Scapes of America -

In the summer of 2013 – traveling alone by car with camping equipment – I began northern route in Maine, passed through the Midwest, then made my way across the Rocky Mountains to the west coast. I returned east by way of the southwest and Appalachia, ending in upstate New York, where my two-month American wanderings first began.

An abandoned trailer in an expansive grass field, or dilapidated barn in a rampant forest – spotted often on off-road trails – are unremarkable at a first glance. But, their decays and remains suggest the furtive footprint of humanity reclaimed by the surrounding nature. The superficially ordinary scenes decelerate our hectic plugged-in life, and let us become immersed in a mysteriously physical and emotional space.