The suburbs I know, the ones naturally formed as communities grew and expanded, are usually a tad run down, lived in by people who work with their hands and without pretension.

The suburbs I know, the ones naturally formed as communities grew and expanded, are usually a tad run down, lived in by people who work with their hands and without pretension.

 I strove to give a new view to the American suburb, and through the use of self-developed black and white film and a very hands-on camera, acknowledge and appreciate the people that live there.

I strove to give a new view to the American suburb, and through the use of self-developed black and white film and a very hands-on camera, acknowledge and appreciate the people that live there.

 The photos are not supposed to be pretentious or even technically correct; I all but threw out the rule book when it comes to shooting panoramas.

The photos are not supposed to be pretentious or even technically correct; I all but threw out the rule book when it comes to shooting panoramas.

 But that is how the people in these communities live, they use what they have how they want.

But that is how the people in these communities live, they use what they have how they want.

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 The suburbs I know, the ones naturally formed as communities grew and expanded, are usually a tad run down, lived in by people who work with their hands and without pretension.
 I strove to give a new view to the American suburb, and through the use of self-developed black and white film and a very hands-on camera, acknowledge and appreciate the people that live there.
 The photos are not supposed to be pretentious or even technically correct; I all but threw out the rule book when it comes to shooting panoramas.
 But that is how the people in these communities live, they use what they have how they want.
pano19_borderless.jpg
pano8_borderless.jpg
pano20_borderless.jpg

The suburbs I know, the ones naturally formed as communities grew and expanded, are usually a tad run down, lived in by people who work with their hands and without pretension.

I strove to give a new view to the American suburb, and through the use of self-developed black and white film and a very hands-on camera, acknowledge and appreciate the people that live there.

The photos are not supposed to be pretentious or even technically correct; I all but threw out the rule book when it comes to shooting panoramas.

But that is how the people in these communities live, they use what they have how they want.

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