Elsewhere is a reimagining of the American landscape and its depiction. Focusing not on majestic and often empty spaces, the series centers on the real lives that are as much a part of the nation as its soil. Highlighting marginalized, often lower-income and nonwhite communities, it acknowledges and highlights the moving components of America that are forced to observe, without invited participation, its constant movement, ebb and flow. The images are titled not with the locations where they are made, but with the destinations of aircraft passing through the frame, a reminder of the opportunities and destinations closed off to the landscape and its inhabitants below.
Exhibited at the Los Angeles Center of Photography the Barrett Art Center and the Millepiani Gallery, and featured in the North American Review, The Maine Museum of Photographic Arts' Antidote and Rattle.