I used to travel frequently between states, sparking a fascination with the landscape one only witnesses from the seat of a train - totems of an ex-industrial nation, sprawling graffiti, telephone poles and power stations - their overbearing forms amongst a decaying landscape, desolate small towns still clinging to the American dream. These momentary glimpses of beautiful and weathered landscapes led me to continue making photographs from whatever window seat I found myself in. In many ways, this is as much an exploration of my interest in these landscapes as it is an exploration of my experiences with physical distance and its constant presence in my life.

This is a selection of images from the project which is ongoing.

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