Daily Life Series Winner: It’s a Mess Without You As a photographer and photojournalist, my primary interest lies in documenting the intersection of nature and human development, and the narratives of the people living at those crossroads. Much of my focus is on the remnants and future of human activity across the deserts of the American West. In this portfolio, It’s a Mess Without You, I explore the real tragedy of abandoned dreams, loss, absence, and obsolescence, juxtaposed against the stoically majestic terrain of the region. In all my work, I strive to speak to the scale of the individual...
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