The line between urban and suburban -- a mix of aging strip malls, modest bungalows, ubiquitous gas stations, and solitary pedestrians -- has been the focus of my recent photographic work. I refer to these settings as "middle urban," and I've approached this photography (particularly the houses) almost as a kind of formal documentation. The idea behind this recent series, which I've entitled "You Are Not Total World Domination," is is to document the fading, anonymous middle-urban landscape of America.
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