Project

  • Mexico

    Traveling to Mexico in 2021, and again in 2023, inspired a series of work exploring the people and landscape of Nuevo León, Mexico.

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  • Electoral Transmissions

    About this series This series documents media coverage and debates from the 2016 presidential election. Double-exposures and other forms of distortion are used to reflect the increasingly divisive and still polarized viewpoints.

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  • Admiral Theater, Chicago, IL

    About this series The Admiral Theatre opened in 1927 in Chicago as a vaudeville house. The Admiral closed sometime in the late 1950s, and remained shuttered for many years until opening in 1969 as an all-cartoon venue. Unable to draw the crowds necessary to remain open, the Admiral closed again. In the early 1970s, the…

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  • Slow & Low, Chicago Lowriders Club

    About this series Since 2010, The Chicago Urban Art Society (CUAS) and the Chicago Lowrider Preservation Fund have coordinated the Slow and Low Community Lowrider Festival. The lowriding scene is diverse with many different cultures, vehicle makes and visual styles.

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  • East Chicago, Indiana

    About this series Originally built to house steel workers in 1917, today just 25% of the homes in Marktown are occupied. Remaining houses are abandoned or have been bought and demolished by BP. The BP Whiting refinery looming over Marktown and surrounding areas offers residents a “fair” market value for properties – around $30,000 or…

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  • Victory Speech, Grant Park, Chicago

    In November of 2008, President Barack Obama gave his victory speech in Grant Park, Chicago, IL. These are a few images from that night – and a few images from getting out the vote door-knocking campaigns in Indiana.

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  • Along the Line

    About this series We travel the city each day – to and from work, home, school, errands. By train or by bus we enter the swell of humanity, pack ourselves in with strangers, and hold on tight. For me, the experience of being alone in a crowd is quintessential to modern life. We all struggle…

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