New Orleans, Louisiana
I have been avidly photographing spaces, places, homes left behind in the diaspora for many years. Curious about the creation of a home and the decision to abandon ship, allow for new dwellers to arrive. Spiderwebs have a certain vulnerability that I find in homes injured in New Orleans, and homes left partially made. Nature always has a way of taking over, whether through expression or through growth, or both. This work has carried me through. I appreciate the human desire to tend to spaces, to renovate, to repaint, to upkeep, as much as I admire the human habit of creating and abandoning. Not all spaces are left inhabited, but all spaces leave their mark.