My artwork engages with traditional photography in an ever-changing HD world. I work on blending the two traditions, creating hybrids and commentaries on change. My practice is everywhere informed by different economies of experience: economies of habitation, liquidation, transference and transformation. My focus is to create documents of suburban compression rather than urban sprawl, call forth factory memories rather than factory production, and situate homes in transit rather than homesteads in foreclosure. Altogether, I engage with the ethic of what remains. My work is informed by the specificity of architectural forms and how they are habituated by so many points of social interlocution.